Uganda register first-ever T20 World Cup win, Nsubuga and Shah shine against Papua New Guinea

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Brilliant efficiency from the bowlers helped Uganda beat Papua New Guinea by three wickets of their Group C match of the T20 World Cup 2024 on Thursday.

Uganda gained their first-ever match within the males’s T20 World Cup 2024 in a historic second on Thursday on the Providence Stadium in Guyana. Led by Riazat Ali Shah’s affected person 33, Uganda efficiently chased down 78 in a low-scoring thriller, beating Papua New Guinea within the battle of associates in a Group C encounter.

Earlier, Uganda gained the toss and selected to discipline in Guyana on Thursday. In the very first over of the match, PNG misplaced their captain Assad Vala for 0 to Alpesh Ramjani. During the powerplay, PNG struggled at 19 for 3 as Cosmas Kyewula and Juma Miyagi dismissed Tony Ura and Sese Bau, respectively.

Hiri was the one participant who supplied some resistance, top-scoring with 15 runs for PNG. Only three gamers (Hiri, Laga Siaka, and Kilplin Doriga) managed to surpass the 10-run mark for PNG. Left-arm orthodox bowler Frank Nsubuga made historical past by bowling essentially the most economical spell within the historical past of the boys’s T20 World Cup. The left-arm spinner took 2 wickets and conceded simply 4 runs in his four-over spell.


Nilesh Desai
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