Namibia stun Scots by 4 wkts
The Times of India Hyderabad|October 28, 2021
Ruben Trumpelmann led a lethal bowling show to set up Namibia’s stunning four-wicket win over Scotland in their first ever Super 12 clash on Wednesday.

Abu Dhabi: Chasing a tricky 110, JJ Smit made an unbeaten 32 to drive the team home with five balls to spare in Abu Dhabi and extend Namibia’s win streak to three.

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