England Shatters these records as they beat Oman in a one sided affair

England played against Oman in their third game of the group stage, facing some doubts about their performance. They had to think about their net run-rate compared to Scotland. However, they ignored the possibility of being eliminated and won convincingly, finishing the match in just 99 balls. First, they bowled out Oman for only 47 runs, and then they quickly reached the target in 3.1 overs.

The defending champions now have a much higher net run-rate than Scotland. England must now defeat Namibia and then hope that Australia beats Scotland. Let’s review the records England set during their large victory over Oman:

1- For the first time in a T20 World Cup, three bowlers each took three or more wickets in a single innings. Jofra Archer and Mark Wood each got three wickets, and Adil Rashid took four wickets in the match.

4 – Just three English bowlers took all 10 wickets in one innings, which is the fourth time this has happened in men’s T20I cricket.

1 – Phil Salt hit sixes off the first two balls of England’s innings, making him the first batter ever to achieve this in T20I cricket history.

101 – England easily reached the goal of 48 runs in only 3.1 overs, with 101 balls left unused. This is the largest victory for any major team in men’s T20I matches.

47 – Oman was all out for just 47 runs, which is the fourth-worst score in T20 World Cup history. It’s also the lowest score Oman has ever had in T20I cricket. Additionally, 47 is the second-lowest score any team has made against England in T20Is, with the West Indies holding the record at 45 in 2019.

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