T20s are difficult beasts altogether. Anything can happen on any day, and nobody can think it off on prior. Especially, teams bundling out for penny scores is common in T20 World Cup, with the uncertainty in pitch conditions when they play in neutral venues. Also, in a tournament like World Cup, where multiple teams participate, there are more chances of Associate teams battling out with the top cricketing nations. This could also lead to many low-scoring games as the minnows might struggle when they meet an experienced bowling attack.
This article will list the top ten lowest team totals in the T20 World Cup, which was inaugurated in 2007.
|60||New Zealand||Sri Lanka||Chattogram||2014|
New Zealand’s poor show of 60 against Sri Lanka in Chattogram is the lowest a team has scored in a chase in T20 World Cup.
India’s 79 against New Zealand in Nagpur in the 2016 T20 World Cup is the lowest score by a team at its home in any T20WC match.
It only took Sri Lanka 60 balls (10 Overs) to wrap the Netherlands in their second-lowest score event of 44 in Sharjah. This is the event where a team has faced the lowest number of balls in an innings, losing all 10 wickets.
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