Trumpelmann hails Namibia's T20 win over Scots as 'massive'

Namibia, ranked a lowly 19, continued their impressive run in the Super 12s after progressing from the qualifying stage.

2021-10-28 08:45:00 AM

Ruben Trumpelmann termed Namibia's four-wicket win over Scotland as 'massive' after extending their dream run in the T20 World Cup.

Namibia, ranked a lowly 19, continued their impressive run in the Super 12s after progressing from the qualifying stage.


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