Cricket fans on Tuesday were busy talking about star Afghanistan player Rashid Khan, who broke an unwanted record against England by becoming the most expensive bowler in the World Cup history. Rashid conceded 104 runs in his nine overs during the World Cup match at the Old Trafford, where England posted a monstrous total of 397/6 and then restricted Afghanistan to 247/8. <p></p> <p></p>However, this unwanted record was relegated to a footnote on the same day by Women's T20 side of Mali in the Rwandan capital of Kigali City. <p></p> <p></p>In the Kwibuka Women's tournament, Rwanda bowled out Mali for a mere six runs, the lowest total in a women's T20Is. The Mali innings lasted nine overs, but only one of their six runs came off the bat, courtesy opener Mariam Samake. After that, it was a sequence of ducks, with five extras. <p></p> <p></p>For Rwanda, 19-year-old pacer Josiane Nyirankundineza picked up three wickets without conceding a run, while medium-pacer Marie Diane Bimenyimana and legspinner Margueritte Vumiliya picked up two wickets apiece. <p></p> <p></p>It took Rwandan women just four balls to finish their chase as they created the record for the biggest margin of victory in terms of balls remaining - 116.