Zimbabwe lost against Scotland in ICC Cricket World Cup qualifiers by 31 runs.
Zimbabwe’s cricket team failed to qualify for the 2023 ODI World Cup despite Scotland winning by 31 points. Zimbabwean pacesetter Richard Ngaraba has apologized to Zimbabwean fans after the African country lost an ICC Cricket World Cup qualifier. Zimbabwe pursued a target of 235 but were eliminated with 203.
The African nation, who missed out on the 2019 World Cup, was heartbroken after its defeat and missed out on qualifying for the 2023 World Cup. Craig Irvin’s side were undefeated in the Super 6, but are currently in third place after losing to Scotland and Sri Lanka.
While only the top two teams can earn tickets to India for the prestigious tournament of the 13th edition, the Lankan Lions have already advanced but the battle for quota is now between Scotland and the Netherlands. contested. The two European nations have not competed in the last ODI World Cup, so it will be interesting to see which team qualifies.
Zimbabwe’s star all-rounder Raza looked disheartened after losing to European teams in the Super 6 of the ODI World Cup qualifiers. Right-handed batsman Raza scored 34 points on 40 pitches and assisted left-handed batsman Ryan Burr’s 83 runs batting conclusively in the match, but eventually became a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC). , missed the qualification. To qualify for the ODI World Cup.