T20 World Cup 2024: Namibia defeat Oman after thrilling super over

Namibia crushed Oman after the completely exhilarating match entered a really over on Sunday in the third match of the Twenty20 (T20) World Cup 2024.

Namibia’s David Wiese sparkled for the triumphant side in the over, as he effectively guarded the 22-run target.

Ruben Trumpelmann packed away four wickets, incorporating two with his initial two balls, as Namibia skittled Oman for 109 all out in 19.4 overs in their T20 World Cup Gathering B conflict in Barbados on Sunday.

South African-conceived quick bowler Trumpelmann caught opener Kashyap Prajapati lbw for a brilliant duck with the primary bundle of the match, and afterward followed it up minutes after the fact with a toe-smasher to dispose of Oman captain Aqib Ilyas for a duck.

Zeeshan Maqsood endure the Namibian speedy’s full go-around ball yet there was little rest for Oman, who were soon three down after Trumpelmann asserted his third scalp in the third finished.

Naseem Khushi endeavored an aggressive trudge over mid-off however rather neglected to interface neatly and was easily gotten by Gerhard Erasmus.

Maqsood steadied the boat momentarily for Oman with 22 off 20 balls, yet his symbolic opposition finished in the wake of falling lbw to Bernard Scholtz as Namibia’s choice to bowl first at the Kensington Oval kept on harvesting profits.

Wickets kept on falling consistently as Namibia’s bowlers overwhelmed a meek Oman batting line-up, with Erasmus taking the wickets of Ayaan Khan and Mohammad Nadeem to leave the Inlet state reeling at 78-6.

Trumpelmann snatched his fourth wicket subsequent to eliminating Tangeni Lungameni lbw for 2, wrapping up with figures of 4-21 off four overs.

While Trumpelmann was the pick of the Namibian bowlers, David Wiese likewise grabbed the attention with 3-28 off 3.4 overs.

Namibia are playing in the T20 World Cup for just the third time after past appearances in 2021 and 2022.

Oman qualified during the current year’s competition after appearances in the 2016 and 2021 competitions, where they were killed in the gathering stage.

Namibia: N Davin, M van Lingen, JN Frylinck, MG Erasmus (capt), MB Kruger, JJ Smit, D Wiese, ZE Green (wk), R Trumpelmann, BM Scholtz, T Lungameni

Oman: KH Prajapati, Naseem Khushi (wk), Aqib Ilyas (capt), Zeeshan Maqsood, Khalid Kail, Ayaan Khan, Mohammad Nadeem, Mehran Khan, Shakeel Ahmed, Kaleemullah, Bilal Khan

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