Nepal makes the biggest score in T20 Cricket history in SAG match
T20 Cricket history in SAG
Nepal’s men cricketers have scored 236 runs in their match against Bhutan during the thirteenth South Asian T20 Cricket Match-ups starting at now in progress in Kathmandu. It is the gathering’s most prominent score in a T20 facilitates ever.
The host gathering’s authority Gyanendra Malla scored a century in the essential innings of the match. To record his first T20 century, Malla scored 9 sixes and 5 fours. Past to this, Paras Khadka was the fundamental Nepali player who has scored a century in a T20 arrangement. Khadka scored 57 runs in 28 balls today.
In the match today, Bhutan won the heave and invited Nepal to bat. Openers Khadka and Malla were too much astonishing against the Bhutanese superstar.
Dipendra Singh Airess scored 45 runs not-out while Rohit Kumar Paudel was restricted to just six runs.
From the outset, it was ordinary that Nepal could score more than 250 runs. Be that as it may, they couldn’t perform well in the last two overs.
In the consequent innings. Bhutan scored just 95 runs and the hosts ruled the game by a wide edge of 141 runs.
Nepal was squashed by Sri Lanka in their first match.
thirteenth Droop: Nepal faces rout in Men’s T20
SriLanka vanquished Nepal by method for six wickets in the pivotal solid of U-23 Men’s T20 Cricket title played right here these days underneath the propelling thirteenth South Asian Games (Droop). The fit used to be held at TU cricket Arena in Kirtipur.
Nepal, which was despatched to bat the primary ensuing to dropping the indulgence, made 172 runs in the set 20 overs, dropping 5 wickets. Sri Lanka has done the triumph central factor of 173 runs in 19.1 overs at the loss of 4 wickets.
Shammu Asan makes now not out 72 runs for Sri Lanka. He made positive around five sixes and 4 fours of each 44 balls. In like way, Nishan Madusaka contributed 46 runs for Sri Lanka reviewing that one six and 5 fours for 42 balls. towards bowling, Nepal’s Pawan Sarraf took two wickets while Sompal Kami and Sushan Bhari took one wicket each.
Nepal’s poor conduct test official Deependra Singh Airee gave his good execution in batting for Nepal. He made seventy-two runs, comprising of three sixes and 4 fours, in forty-four balls while not-out. Also, Pawan Sarraff made 22 runs, official Gyanendra Malla and Binod Bhandari made equivalent 22 runs and Aarif Shek made 19 runs.