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Papua New Guinea could make ICC T20 World Cup Lowest Score, but Kiplin DorigaI save PNG against Bangladesh | The most embarrassing record of the T20 World Cup was made, this player saved the team’s shame


New Delhi: ICC T20 World Cup 2021: The thrill of the cup is speaking loudly, even though the Super-12 match has not even started, but some amazing performances are coming out in Round-1.

Bangladesh has shown

Bangladesh wiped out the sweat of Papua New Guinea in the round-1 match. Batting first, Bangla Tigers scored 181 runs in the stipulated 20 overs for the loss of 7 wickets, captain Mohammadullah played a brilliant 50 runs and Shakib Al Hasan scored 46 runs.

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PNG leaves sweat

Then the bowlers of Bangladesh wreaked havoc. Chasing the target of 82 runs, Papua New Guinea started very poorly. 7 batting of this team returned to the pavilion only on the score of 29 runs.

becomes the minimum score of T20 WC

At one point it seemed that Papua New Guinea was close to making an embarrassing record for the shortest score in T20 World Cup history, but then Kiplin Doriga scored 46 off 34 balls. Playing an unbeaten innings of runs saved PNG from embarrassment.

Minimum score of T20 World Cup

Netherlands – Sri Lanka scored 39 runs (2014)
New Zealand – Sri Lanka scored 60 runs (2014)
Ireland – West Indies scored 68 runs (2010)
Hong Kong – Nepal scored 69 runs (2014)
Bangladesh – New Zealand scored 70 runs (2016)

Bangladesh in Super-12

Papua New Guinea was finally all out for 97 runs in 19.3 overs. Bangladesh won this match by a huge margin of 84 runs and with this they secured their place in Super-12 with 4 points.

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