Namibia suffered their first defeat at the Africa U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Rwanda on Friday when they lost by 48 runs to Tanzania. Namibia could only reply with 152 all out to Tanzania's 200/8, with young left-arm spinner Laksh Bakrania cutting through Namibia's middle order. He dismissed Gerhard Janse van Rensburg and William Lottering in quick succession to restrict Namibia to 92 for four wickets, and they could not bring themselves back to their feet henceforward.
Waiting for the decision 😬— ICC (@ICC) October 3, 2021
Celebrating the victory 🎉
Ahead of the third day of Under-19 World Cup Africa Qualifier action, relive the moment Tanzania sealed their upset win over Namibia 📽️ pic.twitter.com/0knXb1Ciql