T20 World Cup: Namibia defeats Oman in the first super-over of the Tournament

In this article, we mention the game between Namibia and Oman Namibia beat Oman in the third T20 World Cup game. Read the full article to get more information 

Namibia defeated Oman in the 2024 T20 World Cup’s third match in Group B. The campaign’s first superover was won by Namibia, their first since 2012. Batting first, Oman was dismissed for 109 in 19.4 overs at the Kensington Oval. Namibia was also stopped at the same team score by Jan Frylinck, who scored 45 off of 48 balls, and Mehran Khan, who took 3/7 to send the game into the Super Over. 

Oman Restricted to 109

Electing to bowl first Namibia got off to a dream start as Oman lost their first wicket on the very first ball. Despite some resistance from Khalid Kal (34 runs) and Zeeshan Maqsood (22 runs), Oman’s batting faltered. Namibia’s Ruben Trumpelmann’s impressive four-wicket haul for just 21 runs, bundled out Oman for a meagre 109 in 19.4 overs.


Namibia Mirrors Oman’s Struggles

Namibia’s chase mirrored Oman’s earlier struggles. They lost their opener, Michael van Lingen for a duck, putting them on the back foot. However, Jan Frylinck’s valiant knock of 45 runs kept Namibia’s hopes alive. Namibia ended their innings at exactly 109 runs, forcing the first Super Over of the tournament.

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Super Over 

Namibia batted first in the Super Over and gave a challenging target of 21 runs, with David Wiese contributing a crucial 13 runs off just 4 balls. Oman’s chase faltered as they could only manage 10 runs, handing Namibia a thrilling victory in the Super Over.

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Match Highlights

  • Namibia won the toss and opted to bowl first.
  • Oman’s fragile batting display restricted them to 109 runs.
  • Jan Frylinck’s 45 runs kept Namibia’s chase alive.
  • A dramatic Super Over saw Namibia emerge victorious.


The dramatic Super Over resulted in a close match between Namibia and Oman in the opening T20 World Cup match. After losing the toss and opting to bat first, Oman was only able to gather a dismal 109 runs despite considerable resistance from its batters. Namibia, in reply, mirrored Oman’s struggles and also ended their innings at 109, forcing the first Super Over of the tournament.

Namibia batted first in the Super Over and set a target of 21 runs, thanks to David Wiese’s quickfire 13. Oman’s chase fell flat as they could only manage 10 runs handing Namibia a dramatic win in their opening encounter.

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