The Thailand girls’s workforce scored 150/Three in 20 overs, their highest-ever T20 International whole in a Women’s T20 World Cup Group B match in opposition to Pakistan in Sydney on Tuesday. However, the groups needed to share factors because the match was known as off as a result of rain. Besides being spectacular with their batting expertise, a few of the Thailand girls cricketers delighted the followers with an impromptu dance throughout a rain break. “During the rain delay, Thailand saved the followers entertained on the massive display with an impromptu dance-off. Thank you for being a part of #TheHugeDance!” the International Cricket Council captioned the video on Twitter.
During the rain delay, Thailand saved the followers entertained on the massive display with an impromptu dance-off
— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) March 3, 2020
The Thailand gamers had been dancing to the tunes of Vengaboys’ “We Like to Party”.
Afghanistan star spinner Rashid Khan was fast to answer on the ICC’s tweet, calling himself a “fan of Thailand workforce now”.
Fan of Thailand workforce now
— Rashid Khan (@rashidkhan_19) March 3, 2020
Qualifiers Thailand had misplaced all three of their earlier video games of their first look on the match, with a highest whole of 82.
But, after profitable the toss at Sydney Showground, they surprised Pakistan with their aggressive batting strategy, racing to 150 for 3 off 20 overs.
Pakistan, who upset 2016 champions West Indies of their opening recreation earlier than shedding the subsequent two, would have wanted their document run chase to win however the recreation was deserted earlier than they may face a ball, and the factors shared.
Natthakan Chantam and Nattaya Boochatham posted the second highest opening partnership of the match, 93, earlier than Boochatham fell for 44.
Chantam made 56 with some late large hitting from Nannapat Khoncharoenkai and Chanida Sutthiruang making certain Thailand handed their earlier document of 133 for eight recorded in opposition to the Netherlands final 12 months.
(With AFP inputs)