Namibia vs Scotland T20 Highlights – Oct 27, 2021

NAM vs SCOT Highlights Wednesday, 27-10-2021. 21st Match (N), Group 2, ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Namibia vs Scotland, from Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi.

Namibia win the toss and decided to bowl first.

Namibia team: 1 Craig Williams, 2 Zane Green (wk), 3 Gerhard Erasmus (capt.), 4 David Wiese, 5 Michael van Lingen, 6 JJ Smit, 7 Jan Frylinck, 8 Pikky Ya France, 9 Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton, 10 Ruben Trumpelmann, 11 Bernard Scholtz.
Scotland team: 1 George Munsey, 2 Craig Wallace, 3 Calum MacLeod, 4 Richie Berrington (capt.), 5 Matthew Cross (wk), 6 Michael Leask, 7 Chris Greaves, 8 Mark Watt, 9 Josh Davey, 10 Safyaan Sharif, 11 Brad Wheal.

Form guide
(last five completed matches, most recent first)
Namibia: WWLWW
Scotland: LWWWL

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 Points Table

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021/22 Complete Fixture

Match Timings: 14:00 GMT | 18:00 Local
Umpires – Adrian Holdstock, Rod Tucker
TV Umpire – Nitin Menon
Match Referee – Javagal Srinath
Reserve Umpire – Langton Rusere
Match number – T20I no. 1371 – ICC T20 World Cup 2021 21st Match

Post Match Presentation.

Trumpelmann the Player of the Match: Good result and hopefully we can get a few more. Luckily it went my way today. The victory is for the team and it’s massive for us.

Erasmus: “Delighted to get another World Cup win, we were emotional coming from the first group and we managed to put in another good performance. I guess that’s my normal face (not smiling much). We’ll be taking some good momentum and energy into the other games. We speak more beforehand than try and speak during the game (innings break), with that score we had a clear game plan, and luckily with two partnerships, we got over the line. Ruben sets high standards for himself, he hadn’t quite hit the straps earlier. But today he did and he started off well for us to throw the first punch.”

Berrington: Disappointing day for us, we were about 20-30 runs short and pretty hard to recover after the first couple of overs. Credit to Namibia for bowling so well early on. At that stage (after the collapse) we just needed a partnership. Matthew Cross played well but unfortunately, we didn’t get it going for long. It was good we had a game quickly after that Afghanistan loss, we didn’t have too much time to think about it. We’ve got a few days to reflect and recover, one of our strengths is to stick together. We have to wait and see about Coetzer’s injury.

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