Team chases down winning target in just 10 balls; here’s what happened

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 11, 2018, 11:57 am IST
Updated Oct 11, 2018, 4:49 pm IST
The top-scorer for Myanmar was Ko Aung with three runs as they were restricted to 9 runs in 10.1 overs before rain played spoilsport.
 In one of the most bizarre matches in cricket history, Malaysia chased down a target of 10 runs in just as many as balls during an ICC World T20 Qualifier game against Myanmar in Kuala Lumpur, winning by eight wickets. (Photo: Screengrab / ICC)
  In one of the most bizarre matches in cricket history, Malaysia chased down a target of 10 runs in just as many as balls during an ICC World T20 Qualifier game against Myanmar in Kuala Lumpur, winning by eight wickets. (Photo: Screengrab / ICC)

Kuala Lumpur: In one of the most bizarre matches in cricket history, Malaysia chased down a target of 10 runs in just as many as balls during an ICC World T20 Qualifier game against Myanmar in Kuala Lumpur, winning by eight wickets.

The top-scorer for Myanmar was Ko Aung with three runs as they were restricted to 9 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 10.1 overs before rain played spoilsport.

(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)

(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)

(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)

(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)(Photo: Screengrab / ICC Website)

Malaysia were set a target of just six runs in the Duckworth-Lewis (D/L) method, and despite losing two wickets, they chased that down in less than two overs.

Suhan Alagaratnam and S Muniandy remained unbeaten for the hosts at seven and four runs respectively, whereas Paign Danu took both the wickets for Myanmar.





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