Sri Lanka all out for the lowest run in their history

South Africa and Sri Lanka women’s cricket teams were assured of a farewell before entering the last match of the group stage at the Commonwealth Games cricket. The two teams met in the last match of the regular season at Edgbaston. Where Sri Lanka have been reduced to 46 runs, the lowest in their history in embarrassing batting.

Sri Lanka and South Africa lost both their first two matches. In the last match, the Proteas won the toss and sent Sri Lanka to bat first. After losing the toss and batting, the Lankan women were bowled out for just 46 runs in 17.1 overs. Sri Lanka have never been all out below 50 runs before.

Sri Lanka were bowled out for 57 runs against the Bangladesh women’s team in the 2012 Guangzhou Asian Games. Salma Khatun’s team won by 5 runs despite scoring only 62 runs that day. After almost ten years, the Proteas who came to play the Commonwealth Games under Sun Luce crushed the Lankans by 46 runs.

Only captain Chamari Atapattu managed to reach double figures for Sri Lanka. 15 runs came from his bat. Nadine de Klerk took 3 wickets for South Africa with only 7 runs in four overs. Masabata class victim two wickets for 7 runs.

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