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39 and Out: Uganda crash down to joint-lowest T20 World Cup total

39 and Out: Uganda crash down to joint-lowest T20 World Cup total

The lowest total ever recorded in a T20 World Cup was 39, which the Netherlands scored against Sri Lanka in 2014.

Uganda on Sunday went into the history books for a an unwanted record after their poor display with the bat against co-hosts West Indies in the T20 World Cup 2024. Chasing 174, Uganda were bowled out for 39 runs, making it the joint lowest total ever in the T20 World Cup.

Windies‘ Akeal Hosein grabbed a 5-wicket haul as Uganda proved no match in front of the Caribbean bowling line up. The lowest total ever recorded in a T20 World Cup was 39, which the Netherlands scored against Sri Lanka in 2014. Uganda have now matched that mark, making history as the team with the joint-lowest total ever.

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Lowest Team Totals in T20 World Cup history

1. Uganda 39 vs West Indies (Guyana, June 08, 2024)

1. Netherlands 39 vs Sri Lanka (Chattogram, March 24, 2014)

2. Netherlands 44 vs Sri Lanka (Sharjah, October 22, 2021)

3. West Indies 55 vs England (Dubai, October 23, 2021)

4. Uganda 58 vs Afghanistan (Guyana, June 4, 2024)

5. New Zealand 60 vs Sri Lanka (Chattogram, March 31, 2014)

6. Scotland 60 vs Afghanistan (Sharjah, October 25, 2021)

7. Ireland 68 vs West Indies (Providence, April 30, 2010)

8. Hong Kong 69 vs Nepal (Chattogram, March 16, 2014)

9. Bangladesh 70 vs New Zealand (Kolkata, March 26, 2016)

10. Afghanistan 72 vs Bangladesh (Mirpur, March 16, 2014)

Lowest Total in T20 Cricket

Isle of Man hold the unwanted title of scoring the lowest team total in a T20 international, with just 10 runs against Spain in 2023.

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