New Delhi: Cricket is a game that people like a lot. This is an exciting game, in which sometimes some such moments also come, which no one would have even imagined. Something similar has been seen in the Africa Cricket Association Cup on 19 September in the match between Kenya and Cameroon. In fact, only four times in T20 International matches has happened when a team has won with 100 or more balls remaining.
Something similar has been seen in the match played between Kenya and Cameroon. Batting first, Cameroon’s team was all out for just 48 runs. Whereas in reply, Kenya achieved the target in 3.2 overs. Kenya scored 50 runs for the loss of just one wicket and won the match by 9 wickets. Kenya’s Yash Talati and Shem Ngoche took three wickets each. While Rushabh Patel scored 14 runs and Sukhdeep Singh 26 and Nehemiah Obiambo remained not out on 7 runs.
This is the fourth such time in International T20, when the opposing team has achieved the target in a 20-over match with 100 or more balls remaining. The world record in this case is registered in the name of Austria. Austria achieved the target in 2.4 overs (16 balls) against Turkey in 2019.
While in second place Oman, who chased down the target of 37 runs in 2.5 overs (17) balls against the Philippines. At the same time, Luxembourg is at number three, who achieved the target in 3.1 overs (19 balls) against Turkey.