Sydney Thunder record lowest T20 total
SYDNEY: The Big Bash League (BBL) franchise Sydney Thunder bagged an unwanted record as the team bundled out for the lowest-ever total in the history of T20 cricket.
The Thunder, in their BBL fixture against Adelaide Strikers, saw their batting lineup crumble as the side bundled out for just 15 runs.
Set to chase 140, none of the Thunder batters could amass a double-figure mark despite having the likes of Rilee Rossouw and Alex Hales in their lineup.
The Thunder’s dismal total of 15 is now the lowest-ever total in T20 cricket, dethroning Turkey’s 21 against the Czech Republic in the unwanted list.
The Strikers’ pacers Henry Thornton and Wes Agar played the key role in the Thunder’s misery as they bagged nine wickets combined for just nine runs.
Thornton returned with astounding bowling figures of 5/3, while Agar picked four wickets for just six runs.
Following their dismal batting performance, the Thunder endured a crushing 124-run defeat.
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