Watch Losing 8 wickets to score 9 runs!
On Tuesday, Myanmar cricket team recorded a bizarre incident in the ICC World T20 Asia B Qualifier match against Malaysia. [দেখুন ৯ রানে ৮ উইকেট মিয়ানমারের]
Depicted as one of the lowest ever totals in the history of T20 format, Myanmar scored 9 runs losing 8 wickets before the rain forced the play to be stopped and after that, Malaysia chased down the target of just 6 runs settled by the rain rules, the Duckworth and Lewis.
At the Bayuemas Oval in Kuala Lumpur, the home team’s Pavandeep Singh returned impressive figures of 5 conceding a single run all together, strangle holding rookie Myanmar batsmen. It was just a thirty minutes of play.
Six batsmen made ducks in the Myanmar innings and none of them scored shots produced more than a single. They scored 6 runs with the bat while the remaining three came from byes.
YK Ko Aung, with three runs off 12 balls, was the highest run-scorer for Myanmar, who scored all their runs (9) with singles.
Left-arm spinner Pavandeep bowled three maidens and gave away only one run in his quota of four overs at a stunning economy rate of 0.25.
Malaysia set to score 6 runs in 8 overs after grounds man showed tremendous effort to dry out the outfield.
Malaysia, though suffered a mild hiccup down the road losing both openers Anwar Arudin and Shafiq Sharif to Pang Danu (2/2) in the first over without scoring but Suhan Alagaratnam’s straight hit for a six reached them to the score they needed.
The lowest score in T20 Internationals is 39 runs (10.3 overs) made by Netherlands vs Sri Lanka in the 2014 T20 World Cup in Bangladesh.
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— ICC (@ICC) October 9, 2018