The continuing T20 World Cup 2022 started on Sunday, October 16, with a bang as Namibia registered a well-known win over Asia Cup champions Sri Lanka, by 55 runs within the opening recreation.
Within the second contest, followers received to see an exciting low-scoring encounter between United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Netherlands. Whereas the final over thriller gained everybody’s consideration, there was one other second which went viral on the web involving UAE’s teen sensation Aayan Afzal Khan.
All of it occurred after the dismissal of Aayan on the penultimate supply of UAE’s innings. The teen seemed in a spot of hassle whereas strolling again into the pavilion, and as he tried to cross the boundary rope, Aayan by some means stumbled and fell down.
Right here is the video:
On the one hand it’s kind of harsh to say the UAE seemed out of their depth as we speak. On the opposite… pic.twitter.com/TasEm07SVx
— David T (@SportingTrade) October 16, 2022
Within the recreation, UAE, after opting to bat first, may solely handle to put up 111/8 in 20 overs. Opener Muhammad Waseem prime scored with 41 from 47 balls, together with one 4 and a few sixes. Bas de Leede and Fred Klaassen have been the decide of the bowlers for the Dutch aspect. Whereas De Leede bagged a three-wicket haul for 19 runs in 3 overs, Klaassen took two for 13 in his quota of 4 overs.
In response, UAE made certain the goal for the Netherlands wasn’t a cakewalk as the competition went all the way down to the wire. Nevertheless, the Scott Edwards-led aspect finally registered the victory by three wickets with one ball to spare.
“I like bowling in these conditions as a result of I do know the batters are going to come back after me. I attempt to be one step forward. We plan our loss of life overs even earlier than the sport. It was good to drag again the sport slightly bit. It received slightly nearer than what we have been anticipating. Clearly, Freddie (Fred Klaassen) on the finish additionally – excellent,” mentioned De Leede after successful the Participant of the Match award.