Cricket: Scotland stunning Singapore T20 World Cup qualifiers, sports news & amp; Top Stories - The Straits Times
Singapore cricket marked another high point as the men's team defeated fantasy Scotland in the opening match of the ICC T20 World Cup qualifiers in Dubai yesterday.
And with four wickets in their hands, they were favorites. Instead, Singapore captain Amjad Mahboob bowed to the pound for only five runs in the famous victory and fired three scorers.
Although his contribution was decisive, 19-year-old Janak Prakash altered his bravery as he suffered an ugly passage under his right eye and blood flowed from moderate air.
But he returned after receiving help from the medical team. With his head sewn and bandaged, he bowed bravely to the penultimate, allowing the captain to run 11 wins.
Tim David grabbed two brilliant catches and made the athletics race to remedy his inability to bet - Singapore runs come mainly from Surendran Chandramohan (51 for 55 balls), Aritra Dutta (32 for 15 balls) and Manpreet Singh. run-ball-26.
Last month, the men won an upset win over Zimbabwe in the Singapore Tri-Nations T20 Series on Balestier Road. For the first time, Singapore has become a full member of Test-playing, the International Cricket Council.
"Instead of focusing on this victory, we are reassigning ourselves and preparing for the upcoming games, knowing that competition is fierce and every opponent must be respected."
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 19, 2019, entitled "Singapore Shock Exercises in Qualification." Printed publication order