Top 10 ICC World Cup Lowest Scores in Completed innings

Top 10 ICC World Cup Lowest Scores in Completed innings are discussed below in detail. Lowest Completed Innings Scores: Discover the lowest completed innings scores ever recorded in ICC cricket matches. Explore the history of the game’s most amazing batting failures, from frightening collapses to dominant bowling performances.

Canada, a cricketing nation that has yet to establish its international domination, owns the dubious record for the lowest completed innings scores at the ICC World Cup. Their problems date back to their debut appearance in the competition in 1979 and have persisted through consecutive editions.

Canada tops the list with a startlingly low score of 36 versus Sri Lanka in the World Cup in 2003. Prabath Nissanka took four wickets in seven overs, allowing only 12 runs. Sri Lanka needed 4.4 overs to reach the 37-run target.

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Canada is again in second place, but this time it is two decades earlier. In the first innings of the 1979 World Cup, England knocked Canada out for 45 runs in 40.3 overs. Namibia is in third place, tied with Canada, with 45 runs. Peaking Australia dismissed the whole Namibian side for 45 runs in 14 overs in the second innings of the 2003 World Cup. They were aiming for 302 points.

Namibia’s lowest completed innings scores in the ICC World Cup reflect the team’s difficult path. In 2003, they faced a tough match against Australia, and were knocked out for 45 runs – their lowest score in the tournament.

Bangladesh, a cricketing nation that has seen substantial growth in recent years, has had its fair share of disappointments in the ICC World Cup. During this important tournament, the team’s lowest scores in completed innings were witnessed.

NoMatchCountryScoreVersusGround Result
119/02/2003Canada36Sri LankaBoland ParkSri Lanka won by 9 Wickets 
227/02/2003Namibia45AustraliaSenwes ParkAustralia won by 256 runs
313/06/1979Canada45EnglandOld TraffordEngland won by 8 wickets
404/03/2011Bangladesh58West IndiesShere Bangla National StadiumWest Indies won by 9 wickets
527/05/1999Scotland68West IndiesGrace RoadWest Indies won by 8 wickets
620/02/2011Kenya69New ZealandMA Chidambaram StadiumNew Zealand won by 10 Wickets 
701/03/1992Pakistan74EnglandAdelaide OvalNo Result
818/04/2007Ireland77Sri LankaNational Cricket StadiumSri Lanka Won by 8 Wickets
919/03/2011Bangladesh78South AfricaShere Bangla National StadiumSouth Africa won by 206 runs
1015/03/2007Bermuda78Sri LankaQueen’s Park OvalSri Lanka won by 243 runs

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