Sri Lanka in SA

Lowest ever ODI totals

2012-01-11 21:38
Morne Morkel celebrates the wicket of Angelo Mathews (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Sri Lanka slumped to the fourth lowest score ever in One Day International cricket when they slumped to 43 all out against South Africa in Paarl, losing by a mammoth 258 runs.

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Ten lowest ODI scores ever:

35 - Zimbabwe vs. Sri Lanka, Harare, 2004

36 - Canada vs. Sri Lanka, Paarl, 2003

38 - Zimbabwe vs. Sri Lanka, Colombo, 2001

43 - Sri Lanka vs. South Africa, Paarl, 2012

43 - Pakistan vs. West Indies, Cape Town, 1993

44 - Zimbabwe vs. Bangladesh, Chittagong, 2009

45 - Canada vs. England, Manchester, 1979

45 - Namibia vs. Australia, Potchefstroom, 2003

54 - India vs. Sri Lanka, Sharjah, 2000

54 - West Indies vs. South Africa, Cape Town, 2004

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