Pakistan Lowest Score in T20

By Hitesh Jain on Aug 24, 2021

Up to now, Pakistan has contested 177 T20I matches and has won 62.5 percent of them (106 wins, 63 losses, 3 ties, and five no results). Pakistan scored 74 against Australia in the 2012 series in the United Arab Emirates and that was the lowest total of Pakistan in T20I. There are 7 times when the Pakistan team could not cross even 100 marks on the scoreboard in Twenty20 Internationals.

Pakistan Lowest Score in T20

Here is the lowest team total of Pakistan in T20.

74 vs Australia - 2012

Pakistan Cricket Team LogoAustralia started off the series with their worst Twenty20 defeat, but they ended the series by smashing Pakistan by 94 runs in the final game in Dubai. It was their second-best Twenty20 triumph in the T20I for Aussies. Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins ripped through Pakistan, who were bowled out for 74, their lowest total in the T20 format. David Warner played an incredible inning and made a half-century. Australia gave the target of 169 runs but Pakistan could make only 74 runs.  Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins were awesome with the ball and took 3 wickets each. 

82 vs West Indies - 2014

The 2nd lowest team total of Pakistan is 82 runs against West Indies at Dhaka on 1 Apr 2014. While batting first, it had taken the West Indies 15 overs to reach 84, but Dwayne Bravo and Darren Sammy partnered for 82 runs in the last five overs for a total of 166-6. Pakistan got a target of 167 runs to confirm their entrance to the semi-finals match of theT20 World cup in 2013-14. On the other hand, Indies bowlers, especially Naraine and Samuel Badree, who did not allow any Pakistani batsmen to stay longer on the crease. Both of them took 3 wickets each in that match and bowled out the Pakistani batsmen at the lowest score of 82 runs only in 17.5 overs.

83 vs India - 2016

The third lowest team total of Pakistan is 83 runs against India in the 4th match of the Asia Cup 2015-16 season at Dhaka on Feb 27 2016. Indian captain won the toss and invited Pakistan to bat first. They scored 83 in 17.3 overs, their lowest score in T20Is after batting first. It was looking a one sided game but Mohammad Amir appeared to have not lost a step. In the opening over of the chase, he dismissed Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane for ducks. Yet it was the skill and ability of Virat Kohli that took India to a five-wicket victory in the end.

89 vs England - 2010

The 4th lowest team total of Pakistan is 89 runs against England at Cardiff on 7 Sep 2010. While batting first, Pakistan batsmen could make only 89 runs and all out in 18.4 overs. Tim Bresnan along with Ryan Sidebottom, Stuart Broad, and Graeme Swann collapsed the batting lineup of Pakistan within 100 runs mark. Tim Bresnan took 3 wickets from 3.4 overs and gave only 10 runs. Pakistani bowlers could not do much to defend low scoring total and lost the match. 

95 vs Sri Lanka - 2012

The fifth lowest team total of Pakistan is 95 runs against Sri Lanka while chasing the target of 133 runs at Hambantota on 1 Jun 2012. Despite of a bad start, Lahiru Thirimanne and Thisara Perera handled the situation that helped the Lanka to set a target of 133 runs. Thisara struck unbeaten 32 runs from just 16 deliveries. Sohail Tanvir was very economically with the ball and also took 3 important wickets. On the other hand, Pakistan could make only 95 runs, only Ahmed Shehzad made some effort but could not get the target. 

List of Pakistan Lowest Team Total in T20I

Runs

Against

Venue

Year

74

Australia

Dubai

2012

82

West Indies

Dhaka

2014

83

India

Dhaka

2016

89

England

Cardiff

2010

95

Sri Lanka

Hambantota

2012

96

Australia

Dubai

2014

98

South Africa

Dubai

2013

99

Zimbzbwe

Harare

2021

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