T20 cricket is a game of money. If you score as many runs as possible in 120 balls and set a huge target in front of the opponent, then it will be different if the team also fights hard. The beauty of the game is only if both teams fight for victory..the joy of the spectators..otherwise what happens if the batters come to the crease like that and sign something and leave..? Recently a match happened like this. Nana tried to score ten runs to catch a team. The venue for this was the match between Spain and Isle of Man.
It is known that the ICC is conducting tournaments in the continent of Europe as well as Africa and South America to bring the craze to cricket all over the world. As part of this, a T20 match was held between Isle of Man in Europe and Spain at La Manga Club on Sunday.
The Isle of Man team batting first in this match was bowled out for ten runs. Seven batters in that team were limited to zero. The highest score was 4. Isle of Man, who played a total of 8.4 overs, were bowled out for 10 runs. Among the Spanish bowlers, Mohammad Kamran took four wickets. Atif Mohammad also took four wickets. Lorne Barnes took two wickets.
Later, Spain won in two balls. Batter of that team Awais Ahmed hit two huge sixes in two balls. It is remarkable that one of the balls is a noball.
🏏😲 Just when you thought you’d seen it all!
In a new record for the lowest total in T20I history, Spain bowled out Isle of Man for just 10 runs before going on to score 0/13 — a 10 wicket victory with 118 balls to spare. 🇮🇲 🇪🇸
📷 @Cricket_Espana pic.twitter.com/HS0opiExtY
— ABC SPORT (@abcsport) February 27, 2023
It is known that Sydney Thunders recorded the lowest score in T20 cricket so far in the Big Bash League (BBL) match against Adelaide Strikers. Sydney.. rolled the mat for 15 runs. Now the Isle of Man has been bowled out for 10 runs, erasing Sydney’s record.
A new world record today. The low T20 team score of 10 by Isle of Man against Spain. We are going to find this extremely hard to better in the Baltic Cup in August. pic.twitter.com/C1zAqUErhy
— Iceland Cricket (@icelandcricket) February 26, 2023