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EXCLUSIVE | Lance Klusener's Afghanistan sojourn to the hardest place on earth to coach cricket

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Lance Klusener. (Matthew Lewis-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)
Lance Klusener. (Matthew Lewis-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)

You'd be forgiven if you feared for Lance Klusener when national youth footballer Zaki Anwari, 19, fell to his death in a mad scramble to cling onto the outside of a US plane trying to evacuate Afghan citizens in August.

Civil unrest and a Taliban takeover in Afghanistan turned the country upside down. Reports suggested more than 60 Afghans were killed in a Kabul airport attack at the time.

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