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Stats - West Indies' worst batting effort in T20 World Cups and first loss to England

All the stats and records from West Indies' forgettable night in Dubai.

55 West Indies' total against England is the third-lowest for any side in the men's T20 World Cup. Netherlands recorded the top-two lowest totals - 39 all out in 2014 and 44 all out on Friday, both against Sri Lanka. West Indies did not have a sub-100 total at the men's T20 World Cup before this game.
2 The 55 all-out score is the second-lowest T20I total ever by West Indies. Their lowest was 45 all out, also coming against England, in 2019. West Indies have made consecutive T20I totals of 55, 71 and 45 against England, the top three lowest T20I totals against England.
1 England have beaten West Indies for the first time at the men's T20 World Cup. West Indies were victorious in their previous five meetings, including twice in the 2016 edition.
4 for 2 Adil Rashid's bowling figures during West Indies' innings, the best in men's T20Is for England. The previous best was 4 for 6 by Chris Jordan, also against West Indies, in 2019. Only one player before Adil had a four-wicket haul for England at the men's T20 World Cup - 4 for 28 by Jordan against Sri Lanka in 2016.
70 Balls to spare when England reached the target of 56 runs, the first time England won a T20I with ten or more overs to spare. It is also the first time West Indies lost by such a margin. England chased a target of 72 against West Indies in 2019 with 57 balls to spare, the previous biggest T20I win in terms of balls to spare for England, also the biggest defeat for West Indies previously.
2 Runs conceded by Adil Rashid for his four wickets against West Indies, the cheapest four-wicket haul in men's T20I cricket. Steve Tikolo also took four wickets for two runs, in 1.2 overs against Scotland in 2013.
2 West Indies' 55 all out is also the second-lowest T20 total ever recorded in the UAE, behind Netherlands' 44 all out on Friday against Sri Lanka in Sharjah. The previous lowest T20 total in Dubai was 59 all out by Lahore Qalandars against Peshawar Zalmi in 2017.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo