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Two-time Champions West Indies Fail To Qualify For The 2023 World Cup In India

In one of the most astonishing upsets of 2023, Scotland has caused a significant upset by knocking out two-time World Cup champions West Indies from the ICC World Cup 2023 Qualification race. This unexpected turn of events has left cricket enthusiasts worldwide in awe.

The match began with Scotland winning the toss and choosing to bowl first. This decision proved a game-changer as the Scottish bowlers successfully contained the West Indies batters, limiting them to a modest total of 181 runs. Despite Jason Holder’s patient knock of 45 runs and Romario Shepherd’s resilient contribution of 36 runs, the rest of the Caribbean lineup failed to score runs for West Indies.

Two-time Champions West Indies Fail To Qualify For The 2023 World Cup In India

The Scottish bowlers, Brandon McMullen and Chris Sole claimed three wickets each. Chasing a target of 182 runs, Scotland displayed remarkable composure and determination. Matthew Cross and Brandon McMullen formed a brilliant partnership that steadied the innings. Cross played a crucial knock, scoring 74 runs, while McMullen showcased his batting prowess by contributing an impressive 69 runs to the total. Their remarkable performance ensured Scotland’s victory with seven wickets to spare.

Brandon McMullen’s outstanding all-round performance earned him the well-deserved Player of the Match title. His exceptional batting display and crucial wickets played a vital role in Scotland’s historic victory over the formidable West Indies team. With this stunning result, West Indies will no longer be part of the ICC World Cup 2023 Qualification.

The Down Fall Of West Indies Cricket Team:

The Down Fall Of West Indies Cricket Team

For many years, the West Indies cricket team was a dominant force in the world of cricket, capturing the hearts of fans with their charisma, talent, and fierce competitiveness. However, in recent times, the team has experienced a significant decline, which has resulted in their absence from major cricket tournaments.

One of the most notable aspects of the West Indies’ downfall is their failure to qualify for major cricket tournaments. The upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 will mark the first time in 48 years that a Cricket World Cup will be held without their participation.

The West Indies’ also failed to qualify for the last year’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. Despite being two-time champions in the shortest format, their recent performances and inconsistency prevented them from securing a spot in the tournament. This setback highlights the team’s struggle to maintain their previous form and dominance in T20 cricket.

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