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West Indies All out on 3rd lowest score of T20 World Cup against England Adil Rashid took 4 wickets| T20 World Cup: Shameful record made in the second match of Super-12, there was no such expectation from the world champion

New Delhi: The matches of the Super-12 of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 have started. In the second match of this stage, he made such a shameful record that no one expected. This match played between West Indies and England was low scoring and soon the result was decided.

West Indies sweat

West Indies won the T20 World Cup title in the year 2012 and 2016. This team is considered very strong, because there are strong cricketers like Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmar and Nicholas Pooran, but they lost their sweat in the match against England.

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Caribbean team reduced to just 55 runs

England won the toss and called West Indies to bat first. The Caribbean Army looked completely helpless in front of the British and the entire team was all out for 55 runs in just 14.2 overs.

Adil Rashid created a ruckus

For England, leg-spinner Adil Rashid made the Caribbean batsmen sweat, he gave only 2 in just 2.2 overs at an economy rate of 0.85 and took 4 wickets. Adil showed the way to the pavilion to Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Obed McCoy and Ravi Rampal.

Shameful record of West Indies

West Indies scored their lowest score (55 runs) in T20 World Cup history. This is the third lowest score in the history of the tournament. The Netherlands is at the forefront of this embarrassing record.

Minimum score of T20 World Cup

Netherlands – 39 runs vs Sri Lanka (2014)
Netherlands – 44 runs vs Sri Lanka (2021)
West Indies – 55 runs vs England (2021)
New Zealand – 60 runs vs Sri Lanka (2014)
Ireland – 68 runs vs West Indies (2010)
Hong Kong – 69 runs vs Nepal (2014)
Bangladesh – 70 runs vs New Zealand (2016)

easy win for england

Chasing the target of 56 runs, England won this match for the loss of 4 wickets in 8.4 overs. The West Indies team may take pride in becoming the champion twice, but it has disappointed all its fans today.

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