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Japan bowled out Mongolia by just 12 runs – the second lowest total in T20I history
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Japan bowled out Mongolia by just 12 runs – the second lowest total in T20I history

Seven months after making their international debut at the Asian Games, Mongolia reached an ignominious milestone when they were bowled out for 12, the second-lowest score in T20 International history in a match against hosts Japan on Wednesday.

In response to Japan’s imposing 217 for 7 after the hosts opted to bat, Mongolia were folded in 8.2 overs, etching their names in the annals of infamy with the second-lowest score in the history of the T20I, after Isle of Man’s 10 all out against Spain in February. 26, 2023.

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For Japan, 17-year-old left-armer Kazuma Kato-Stafford returned with 5 for 7 from his 3.2 overs, while Abdul Samad (2/4) and Makoto Taniyama (2/0) bagged two each in the match which was held at the Sano International Cricket Ground.

Tur Sumaya (4 off 11) was the top scorer for Mongolia, while opener Namsrai Bat-yalalt faced a maximum of 12 deliveries.

This was the second T20I of a seven-match series, while the third, scheduled later in the day, failed to produce any results.

In the first T20I, Mongolia were bowled out for 33 in reply to Japan’s 199 for 5, suffering a 166-run defeat.

This was Mongolia’s fifth T20I appearance after making an international debut in the showpiece Hangzhou, where they exited the group stage after losing both matches.

Nepal had scored 314/3 against Mongolia on their international debut, a match they had lost by 273 runs after being bowled out for 41.

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Mongolia had also lost to Maldives by nine wickets in the second match, after posting 60 for 9.

According to the ICC, one Battulga Gombo was the ‘man behind cricket’ in the country.

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  • “In 2014, he convinced municipal park authorities to grant rights to develop a wasteland area into a cricket ground, and in 2015, together with his friend Chris Hurd, he launched the Mongolian Cricket Seed Appeal,” the ICC said.

    Since then, the school program has grown, six provinces outside Ulaanbaatar now play the game and indoor and outdoor tournaments are held consistently throughout the year, it added.

    (This story has not been edited by News18 staff and is published from a syndicated news agency feed – PTI)

    Ritayan Basu

    Ritayan Basu, senior sub-editor, sports at News18.com. Relates to domestici

    first print: May 8, 2024, 6:34 PM IST