The lowest score of T20 World Cup, not even 40 runs… West Indies hunted down novices

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. West Indies bowled out Uganda for 39 runs in the T20 World Cup. With this, Uganda has equaled the record of the lowest score in the T20 World Cup. Netherlands had scored the lowest score in the 2014 World Cup 10 years ago. Then the Dutch team was bowled out for 39 runs in 10.3 overs against Sri Lanka in Chittagong.

West Indies defeated Uganda by 134 runs in the T20 World Cup on Sunday. Host West Indies batted first and scored 173 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. After this, Uganda's team was out for 39 runs. The African team Uganda could bat only for 12 overs. From their side, only Juma Miyagi could cross the score of 10. He scored 13 runs in 20 balls.

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Akil Hussain deserves the most credit for bringing Uganda's team to this embarrassing situation. This West Indies spinner sent 5 Ugandan batsmen to the pavilion. Akil Hussain's bowling analysis was 4-0-11-5. Akil Hussain was chosen as the Player of the Match for this performance.

After this win, West Indies have 4 points from 2 matches. The host team is second in the points table after Afghanistan in Group C. Afghanistan also has the same number of points as West Indies, but is in a better position in terms of net run rate. Uganda is third in the points table with 2 points. Papua New Guinea (0) is fourth and New Zealand (0) is fifth.

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