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Made the limit! The script was read before the ball was thrown, the VIDEO of the World Cup Qualifier match went viral

Qualifier matches for the ICC ODI World Cup are currently being played in Zimbabwe. Scotland vs UAE on Friday (24th June). In this match, Scotland defeated the UAE team by 111 runs. A video of this match is currently going viral on social media. In the video, the bowler is seen reading the ball script before throwing the ball.

Scotland spinner Mark Watt took out a piece of paper from his pocket before throwing the ball, with something written on it. After reading the script written on this paper, the bowler bowls the next ball. Fans are reacting differently to this video. This video has been shared by the official social media account of ICC. The caption read, “Bowlers reading the script.”

Mark Watt bowled a total of 8 overs in this match and also took one wicket for 22 runs. He dismissed UAE opener Mohammad Wasim for 36 runs.

Considering the overall match, UAE won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, Scotland scored 282 for 8. In reply, UAE were bowled out for 171 runs in 35.3 overs. Scotland captain Richie Berrington was the highest scorer with 127 runs. Mark Watt, who came to bat at the last position, scored an important innings of 44 runs. Opener Mohammad Wasim contributed the most runs for UAE. None of their other batsmen scored more than 30 runs. (A bowler reads a script before bowling in a 2023 World Cup qualifier match)

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