Kenya’s 69 is the fifth lowest in World Cup

February 20th, 2011 - 1:42 pm ICT by IANS  

Chennai, Feb 20 (IANS) Kenya’s total of 69 all out here Sunday against New Zealand at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium was the fifth lowest in the history of ICC Cricket World Cup and the team’s worst ever batting display in the event.Kenya’s previous lowest total in the World Cup was 104 against the West Indies eight years ago when the tournament was played in South Africa.

Top-10 lowest scores in World Cup:

36 - by Canada vs. Sri Lanka (2002-03)
45 - by Canada vs. England (1979)
45 - by Namibia vs. Australia (2002-03)
68 - by Scotland vs. West Indies (1999)
69 - by Kenya vs. New Zealand (2010-11)
74 - by Pakistan vs. England (1991-92)
77 - by Ireland vs. Sri Lanka (2006-07)
78 - by Bermuda vs. Sri Lanka (2006-07)
84 - by Namibia vs. Pakistan (2002-03)
86 - by Sri Lanka vs. West Indies (1975)

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