Top 5 Lowest Team Totals in T20 Internationals

In Twenty20 cricket, there are more chances to hit more sixes than in ODI or Test cricket because batsman plays more freely in this format. Yuvraj has already hit six sixes in an over against Stuart Broad. Teams getting out for low scores in T20 cricket is equally more probable than in other two formats. why? don’t we know freeness leads of failures. Here we take a look at the Top 5 Lowest Team Totals in T20 Internationals.

Kenya – 67 v Ireland


It was the first semi final of the World T20 qualifier. And it turned out to be one of those very low scoring humdingers. Batting first Kenya were all out for just 67 with only two batsmen touching double figures. Ireland took the chase to the last over, finally crossing the finishing line with four wickets to spare.

New Zealand – 60 v Sri Lanka

New Zealand

New Zealand were dismissed for just 60 runs by Sri Lanka in T20 World Cup 2014. Chasing 120, New Zealand’s Martin Guptill out on just 5 runs and another dangerous batsman Brendon McCullum goes for duck. Rangana Herath’s 5 wicket helps his side to win by 59 runs.

Kenya – 56 v Afghanistan


Chasing 163, Kenya lost their openers in the first eight deliveries of the and it was ll downhill from there onwards. Kenya bundled out for 56 runs. Afghanistan’s Hamid Hassan took three wickets for just four runs (in four overs). This is the third lowest ever total in T20I cricket.

Nepal – 53 v Ireland


Nepal were bundled out for 53 runs in 14.3 overs by Ireland in the ICC World T20 Qualifiers match being played at Stormont. This is Nepal’s lowest total in the Twenty20 International.

Netherlands – 39 v Sri LankaNetherland

Netherlands were dismissed for just 39, the lowest total in international Twenty20 history, as Sri Lanka ran riot in Chittagong. Tillakaratne Dilshan (12no) and Mahela Jayawardene (10no) reached the tiny target in exactly five overs – the quickest chase ever at senior international level.