The seven match men's T20I series between Indonesia and Cambodia in Bali ended in bizarre fashion today as Cambodia forfeitted the sixth game of the series.

Having been put into bat, they'd reached 77 before Luqman Butt was caught in the twelfth over. Details of what happened next are somewhat thin on the ground at the time of writing, but those watching the live stream - since deleted from the Indonesian Cricket Association Facebook page - reported seeing arguments about the decision and it seems Cambodia, somewhat aggrieved by the umpiring, refused to continue with the game, with Indonesia being awarded the win - and a 4-2 series lead - by forfeit.

Both umpires have previously represented Indonesia - one at senior level and one only at Under-19 level - and had made their international umpiring debut during the series.

Unsurpisingly, Cambodia also refused to play the final game of the series later in the day, though that has been recorded as an abandoned game rather than another forfeit.

It was a sour end to the series between the two sides, who had never previously met in the T20 format but played each other in the Sixes and 50-over competitions at the South East Asian Games earlier this year.

Cambodia attracted controversy in that tournament too. There were allegations from other teams in the competition that the Cambodian government had granted citizenship to several players who wouldn't normally have been eligible for it in order to field a competitive side at their home games.

In the first five matches, Indonesia won the first game by seven wickets, chasing 134-7, and then the second by eight wickets chasing 138-8. Cambodia pulled one back in the third, successfully chasing 156-5 to win by eight wickets. The fourth game went to the hosts by 104 runs, with Cambodia winning the fifth by seven wickets, chasing 144-8.