A match conducted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) witnessed rare numbers.
Here is one of the most weird scorecards you will ever see.
Kerala shot out Nagaland for just two runs and then achieved the target off the very first ball!
In a barely-believable collapse, Nagaland's under-19 women's team were bowled-out for a paltry two runs against Kerala in the ongoing BCCI Women's under-19 One-Day League and Knockout Tournament at the JKC college ground in Guntur. It was a Super League Group B encounter. What was more embarrassing for the Nagaland side was that they won the toss and chose to bat but were later bundled out for just two runs in 17 overs.
Nagaland is playing as a separate state for the first time. While Menka finished with an 18-ball single, four other batters faced in excess of 10 balls and still failed to score a single run.
One was made by the opener Menka, the other a wide from opening bowler Aleena Surendran.
Records are meant to be broken and the cricket match played between Nagaland and Kerala will stand as of now. Shourabhya P took a brace of wickets, also without conceding a run.
Sandra Suren and Biby Sebastin bagged a wicket apiece in their two overs.
Kerala reached 5 for no loss in 0.1 overs while chasing 3 for a win with Ansu S Raju not out on 4. Earlier this month, an astounding 136 wide balls were bowled in a match of the same tournament between Nagaland and Manipur in Dhanbad.
But here's the catch: of their 215 total, a whopping 112 of those came in extras, including a scarcely believable 94 were wides.
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