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Targets chased in less than 2 overs: Malaysia and Nepal earn bizarre wins in ICC World T20 Qualifiers

DNWEB27238 | 10/11/2018 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :458

Malaysia and Myanmar played out arguably the most bizarre cricket match ever on Tuesday. The two teams clashed in the ongoing ICC World Twenty20 Asia Region Qualifier B at Kuala Lumpur, and the scorecard at the end of the game was strange, to put it mildly.
Malaysia chased down their target in exactly 10 deliveries to win the match. Yes, that's what happened.
Myanmar were put into bat and ended up losing their top three batsmen for ducks, with left-arm spinner Pavandeep Singh recking havoc at the top. Soon enough, the scorecard read nine runs for eight wickets, with six batsmen having walked back without scoring a run.
To make thing worst for Myanmar, or not, the rain came down at that time, resulting in their
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