Followers have taken to social media in disbelief as Huge Bash League aspect Sydney Thunder scored the bottom complete runs ever in T20 historical past.
The Australian group hit a lowly 15 runs off simply 35 balls within the defeat to Adelaide Strikers to jot down their title into the historical past books for all of the improper causes.
Chasing a complete of 140 on the Sydney Showground Stadium, Thunder had been taken out thanks to 5 wickets in three balls from Henry Thornton and simply 35 balls in complete.
Sydney Thunder had been completely humiliated and followers known as it a humiliation on-line
The embarrassing complete bests Turkey’s 21 all out in opposition to the Czech Republic again in 2019 because the lowest rating ever recorded within the quick sport format.
Followers had been fast to leap on to Twitter to mock the pathetic rating from the group, with one publish stating: ‘How embarrassing Sydney Thunder…all out for 15…’
That theme of embarrassment continued with one other account saying: ‘That is completely embarrassing & pathetic by the Sydney Thunder’. Attaching an animated GIF of somebody going slightly purple to hammer dwelling the purpose.
Followers took to social media to share their views on the embarrassing rating from Sydney Thunder
One other felt that followers must be given their a refund and tweeted: ‘Simply embarrassing, refund the ticket value.’
There have been some who could not consider what there have been seeing and mentioned: What I’ve I simply watched? An expert cricket group, Sydney Roar all out for 15. That’s embarrassing.’
Others had been much more damming of the group with one person calling them a ‘shame’, however did discover a constructive within the undesirable document by acknowledging the publicity the Huge Bash League would get off the again of the match.
They posted: ‘Wow simply wow…Sydney Thunder – what a shame!! The upside is the BBL will get worldwide consideration due to their really pathetic efficiency.’
Strikers bowler Wes Agar (above) and Henry Thornton skittled via their rivals in Sydney