The 16th edition of the Asia Cup came to a conclusion on 17 September when India thrashed Sri Lanka in Colombo by 10 wickets. But, it was a shocking batting display from the Lankans after opting to bat first. India bundled them out for just 50 runs and they registered the lowest ever total in the history of the tournament. But, it was only in the ODI format. If the T20 format gets included, there are some other instances where teams were found getting bundled out for smaller totals.
Here are the top five lowest totals in Asia Cup history
Bangladesh – 87 vs Pakistan, 2000
In the fourth match of the 2000 Asia Cup, Pakistan took on Bangladesh. The Men in Green batted first and set a 321-run target for the Bangla Tigers. But, in reply, the home team’s batter failed miserably and got bundled out for just 87 runs in 34.2 overs. Thus, they lost the match by 233 runs and Imran Nazir won the Player of the Match award for scoring 80 runs off 76 balls. For Pakistan, Abdul Razzaq took three wickets.