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T20 World Cup: Namibia Beat Scotland By 4 Wickets

Namibia won the Group Two match of the T20 World Cup by 4 wickets after struggling to chase an easy target set by Scotland.

In the match played in Abu Dhabi, Namibia won the toss and invited Scotland to bat first.

Scotland struggled early on when Namibia's Trumpelman took 3 wickets in the first over.

George Monsey, Callum McLeod and Richie Barrington were all out for zero.

Scotland opener Matthew Cross tried to get the team out with difficulty after 3 players were dismissed in the first over but Craig Wells was also dismissed for 4 from the second end.

The fifth batsman to be dismissed was Matthew Cross, who was dismissed for 19, while Scotland's score was 57.

Scotland scored 109 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the stipulated overs.

For Namibia, Robin Trumppelman took the most 3 wickets.

Scotland's batting failed to set a big score while Namibia's batsmen also made a cautious start.

Craig Williams and Michael Van Langen scored just 28 runs in the third ball of the sixth over.

Namibia's first wicket fell at 28 when Michael Van Langen was dismissed for 18.

Namibia achieved the target by batting slowly, losing 6 wickets on the first ball of the last over.

Both teams consisted of these players for the match.

Scotland: Richie Barrington (captain), George Monsey, Matthew Cross, Callum McLeod, Craig Wells, Michael Lask, Craig Graves, Mark Watt, Josh Dewey, Sefian Sharif, Broadwheel

Namibia: Gerhard Erasmus (captain), Zane Green, Craig Williams, David Wiese, Michael Van Langen, JJ Smith, Jane Freelink, Pecky or Frances, Jane Nicole Lofty Eaton, Robin Trumppelman, Bernard Scholes

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