The Isle of Man cricket team recently made history by recording the lowest ever T20 score of 10 against Spain. The match, which was played at the La Manga Club in Murcia, Spain, saw the Manx side bowled out for just 10 runs in the 15th over.
The Spanish bowlers were in fine form, with the opening pair of Carlos Brathwaite and Carlos Peralta taking three wickets each. The Manx batsmen struggled to cope with the pace and accuracy of the Spanish attack, with only two batsmen reaching double figures.
The Spanish batsmen then made light work of the Manx total, reaching the target in just 4.3 overs. The Manx bowlers were unable to contain the Spanish batsmen, with the opening pair of Carlos Brathwaite and Carlos Peralta both scoring half-centuries.
The result was a comprehensive victory for Spain, who now hold the record for the lowest ever T20 score. The Manx team can take some solace in the fact that they put up a brave fight against a strong Spanish side.
The result is a reminder of the importance of playing good cricket, and the Manx team will be looking to bounce back in their next match. The team will be hoping to put this result behind them and focus on the future.