Kenya defeated Mali by 10 wickets in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup sub-regional Africa qualifier.
There are many surprising matches in international cricket. When? It is impossible to predict what will happen. One such match took place on Sunday. Kenya defeated Mali by 10 wickets in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup sub-regional Africa qualifier. In this match, Kenya not only gave a wonderful victory, but also broke the world record. In fact, this is Kenya’s biggest win in terms of balls in T20 Internationals. Kenya achieved the target given by Mali in just 15 balls.
Batting first, the Mali team was bowled out for just 30 runs. Six batters in that team did not even open their account. Only one managed to score in double figures. As a result, the team was reduced to 64 balls. Kenya achieved the biggest win in T20 by beating the small target set by the Mali team in just 15 balls. Opener Collins Obuya remained unbeaten with 18 runs off 6 balls. Another opener Pushkar Sharma scored 14 runs. Kenyan bowler Peter Langat, who inspired the Mali team, scored 17 runs and took 6 wickets. Meanwhile, Kenya created a world record with this victory. Earlier, Austria, who defeated Turkey in 104 balls, held the record for winning in the fewest balls. Now Kenya has broken that record.