West Indies failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in history

In this match, Scotland decided to field first after discussing the toss and West Indies set a target of 181 runs in the allotted 50 overs. In which Jason Holder played an innings of 45 runs and Shepherd played an innings of 36 runs. Scotland’s bowling all-rounder Prendon McMullen dismissed 3 wickets and played a vital role in the team’s communication.

For the first time in history, West Indies failed to qualify for the World Cup and the West Indies team for the Men’s ICC World Cup 2023 has been eliminated from the event. With which the journey of West Indies has ended from this World Cup. After losing to Ireland and Zimbabwe in the ongoing ICC World Cup Qualifier matches in Zimbabwe, Scotland has also defeated this team by 7 wickets. West Indies are out of the ICC World Cup after this defeat.

Scotland chased down the set target of 182 runs in 44 overs with Prendon McMullen playing a central role in the proceedings with a brilliant knock of 74 runs, followed by an innings of 69 runs from all-rounder Brendon McMullen.

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