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Worst five-wicket collapse in World Cup

Written by Muhammad Asim on March 27th, 2007   (201 views)

India lost five wickets for two runs in their opening match against Bangladesh at Port-of Spain. After being 157 for four India slipped to 159 for nine in just 16 deliveries. This was incidentally the worst five-wicket collapse in the history of the World Cup and the worst ever for India in all one-day internationals. The table below has more details.

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