New Delhi: The unwanted record of lowest ODI total has been credited to Zimbabwe who were bowled out for just 35 runs in 18 overs by Sri Lanka in 2004. But considering all formats of cricket, a team was restricted to just 3 runs.
This hilarious record was set during a second division match of Birmingham Cricket League between Pioneers A and Pak Pakhtoon, in which the latter were bowled out for a total of three runs.
One run each was scored by two separate batsman and third run was because of a no ball.
The opposite side, Pioneers A had scored 173 runs but had not expecting that their opponenet would even struggle to get into double figures.
For the winning side, two bowlers, one with 7 wickets and other with 3, had wrapped up the opposing team's batsmen.