Skip to content

Nsubuga bowled the most economical spell of the T20 World Cup: PNG players missed many catches, moments and records in the low scoring match

Nsubuga bowled the most economical spell of the T20 World Cup: PNG players missed many catches, moments and records in the low scoring match


Guyana4 minutes ago

  • copy link

The 9th match of the T20 World Cup was played between Uganda and Papua New Guinea. Excellent bowling was seen in this low scoring match. Frank Nsubuga bowled the most economical spell of the World Cup and also took 2 wickets. At the same time, due to poor fielding of PNG, Uganda managed to win the match by 3 wickets.

Moments and records in the match…

1. Ugandan keeper Sesaji ran out Siaka
Uganda’s Juma Miyagi bowled the 5th ball of the 7th over back of the length. Lega Siaka saw the bounce and shot towards third man and after taking the first run quickly, returned for the second. He dived to reach the crease in time. But, keeper Simon Sesaji ran him out. Siaka, who was in form, was out for 12 runs.

Uganda keeper Sesaji runs out Lega Siaka on 12.

Uganda keeper Sesaji runs out Lega Siaka on 12.

2. Captain Assad Wala caught and bowled Nakrani
Papua New Guinea captain Assad Vala bowled a full toss to Dinesh Nakarani in the third ball of the 7th over. Nakarani stepped back and played a shot and threw the ball back to Vala. After completing the fall on, Assad Vala caught and bowled Nakarani.

Papua New Guinea captain Assad Vala dismissed Dinesh Nakrani for 0 runs.

Papua New Guinea captain Assad Vala dismissed Dinesh Nakrani for 0 runs.

3. Charles Amini dropped the catch of Riazat Ali
In the 9th over of Uganda’s innings, Chad Soper, after bowling the first two dot balls, bowled a bone-length delivery outside off to Player of the Match Riazat Ali. Riazat played a sweep shot on the line. But, due to lack of timing, the ball bounced up, hitting the outside edge of the bat. Amini, standing at backward point, dropped an easy catch. This drubbing proved very costly for PNG. Riazat was on 8 runs at this time. He later played a match-winning innings of 33 runs.

Charles Amini dropped the catch of Uganda's Riazat Ali on 8 runs.

Charles Amini dropped the catch of Uganda’s Riazat Ali on 8 runs.

4. Miyaji got run out in confusion
Papua New Guinea’s Ali Nao bowled a fuller ball to Rizayat in the 14th over. Riazat Ali flicked the ball towards long on. Miyaji, standing at the other end, took the first run easily. There was confusion between the two for the second run. But Riazat ran for the run. Due to this, Miyaji could not reach the crease in time and was run out. ​​​​​​​

Juma Miyazi of Uganda New Guinea was run out by Norman Vanua.

Juma Miyazi of Uganda New Guinea was run out by Norman Vanua.

2 records were made in the match…

1. The most economical spell of T20 World Cup
​​​​​​The most economical bowling in the history of T20 World Cup was done by Frank Nsubuga in the match between Papua New Guinea and Uganda. He gave just 4 runs in 4 overs and took 2 wickets. Before this, South Africa’s Bartman had taken 2 wickets for 9 runs in 4 overs against Sri Lanka.

2. Lowest run rate in T20 World Cup
Papua New Guinea gave Uganda a target of 78 runs, which Uganda chased in 18.2 overs by losing 7 wickets. In this match, the batting was done at a run rate of 4.13. This is the lowest run rate in the history of T20 World Cup. Earlier in this season, in the match between South Africa and Sri Lanka, the batting was done at a run rate of 4.42.

There is more news…



Source link