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14th match, ICC World Cricket League Division Two at Windhoek, Feb 14 2018 | Match Report

Part-centuries from Shaiman Anwar and Muhammad Usman laid the platform for UAE to overcome Namibia by means of 19 runs and qualify for the Global Cup Qualifier by means of the narrowest of margins. UAE ended their WCL Department Two marketing campaign with six issues, the similar as Canada – who narrowly misplaced their closing fit to Nepal – and Namibia, however with a greater internet run charge than both.

Despatched in to bat, UAE struggled to drive the tempo to start with, and have been 97 for four within the 31st over when Usman joined Shaiman. They proceeded to turn into the temper of the innings, placing on 120 in 103 balls ahead of being pushed aside within the slog overs. Usman made 59 off 57 balls, with 3 fours and two sixes, whilst Shaiman struck 5 fours and 3 sixes in his 77 off 59. JJ Smit was once Namibia’s maximum a hit bowler with figures of three for 57.

Set 248 to win, Namibia slipped to 48 for three ahead of Lohan Louwrens (43) and Craig Williams steadied them with a 50-run stand for the fourth wicket. Williams then placed on 47 for the 6th wicket with Gerhard Erasmus ahead of falling for 54 off 79 balls. It left Namibia six down and relatively some way off the tempo, with 94 nonetheless to get in 73 balls. They misplaced Smit quickly after, too, however the in-form Erasmus and captain Sarel Burger (21) saved them within the hunt. When the offspinner Rohan Mustafa pushed aside Erasmus for a 63-ball 58, Namibia wanted 28 from 14.

They’d best two wickets left, on the other hand, and Amir Hayat and Mustafa – who completed with 3 wickets apiece – ended their innings in a rush, Namibia ultimately bowled out for 228.


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