ENG vs OMAN: Match completed in 19 balls..!? Historic victory..!!

England's team has created history by beating oman in just 19 balls. 2024 t20 world cup Group B match between england and Oman. There was a situation where england could retain the chance of advancing to the Super 8 round only if they won this match by a huge margin and improved their net run rate. 2022 t20 world cup champions england chased off 19 balls and did it perfectly. The oman team batted first in this match. The team was all out for just 47 runs. The team scored only 47 runs in 13.2 overs and lost all wickets. Only four bowlers bowled in the england team. The spin bowler in which Rashid took four wickets. Pacers Mark Wood and Zobra Archer took three wickets each. Next, the england team chased a very small target of 48 runs.
 The team entered the field with the determination to reach this goal as quickly as possible despite the loss of wickets. Opener Phillip salt was dismissed for 12 runs off 3 balls including two sixes. His strike rate was 400. Will Jax, who came next, played calmly. He lost the game after scoring just five runs off seven balls. Another opener, Jos Buttler, scored 24 runs off 8 balls with 4 fours and a six. His strike rate was 300. Bairstow hit 2 fours off two balls and added 8 runs. England's team scored 50 runs in exactly 3.1 overs and won by eight wickets. It is noteworthy that if Will Jacks had not wasted the balls, the england team would have finished the chase in even fewer balls and won. With this victory, england achieved the historic record of winning the chase with the most balls remaining in the history of the t20 World Cup. Earlier, sri lanka defeated the netherlands in the 2014 t20 world cup series with 90 balls to spare. england has broken that record. Also, with this win, England's net run rate now stands at 3.081. Scotland's net run rate is 2.164. england must win their last group match against Namibia. Also, scotland should lose to Australia. If both of these happen, england will advance to the Super 8 round.

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