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We have seen many low-scoring innings’ in International cricket, Indians can hardly forget the summer of 1974 where they were all down for only 42 runs in the Lord’s Test during their tour of England. Zimbabwe holds the record for the lowest score in an ODI, having only secured 35 runs in their clash against Sri Lanka back in 2004. But now, we are going to talk bout the shortest and the most entertaining format of the game.

With only 120 balls to face, there is hardly any time to plan an innings in Twenty-20 cricket. You have to hit shots and put as many runs as possible on the board. These high-voltage ties have produced many memorable moments in its short history and we have seen teams score massive totals by virtue of flawless hard-hitting, but there have been cases where players have struggled to score runs freely due to impressive and disciplined bowling and tough batting conditions. Let us have a look at the lowest totals in T20 world cup history.
 
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