Richie Berrington held Scotland’s innings together in association with keeper-bat Matthew Cross after they were reduced to 26/2 under four overs by Papua New Guinea. Richie scored at a fair clip, hammering six fours and three sixes in his match-defining 70 that ushered Scotland to an above-par 165. Papua New Guinea’s batting unit was found wanting against Oman in the opening game of the T20 World Cup and such a strong total could well be out of their reach.
Soper has two in an over ☝️
He gets the scalps of MacLeod and Berrington as they try to up the ante.#T20WorldCup | #SCOvPNG | https://t.co/8Z5l4YWaPI pic.twitter.com/b0cqHfPpa1
— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) October 19, 2021