New Delhi: Cricket talent is coming out from all over the world, seeing that cricket lovers are forced to press their toes under the teeth. Something similar was seen during the final match of the Tri Nation series between Nepal and the Netherlands. Nepal’s team has captured the series by defeating the Netherlands by 142 runs in this T20 International Series.
The batsmen of the Nepal team, who came out to bat first, set a mammoth target of 239 runs in 20 overs while playing a stormy innings. In response, the Netherlands team collapsed for 96 runs in 17.2 overs.
For Nepal, opener Kushal Bhurtel once again showed his batting show, scoring 77 runs from 53 balls. Captain Gyanendra Malla scored 33 runs off 19 balls. At the same time, Asif Sheikh could score only 16 runs. After this, the number four batsman Kushal Malla, who came out to bat, batted hard and hit 5 sixes and 2 fours and hit a half-century in 24 balls.
At the same time, number five batsman Deepender Singh created a furore on the field. He hit 5 fours, 3 sixes in 18 balls and scored an unbeaten 48 runs at a strike rate of over 266. Nepal’s team managed to score a mammoth 238 runs thanks to the best performance of the batsmen.
Did amazing in bowling
The special thing is that in this match, Nepal all-rounder Karan Casey took 3 wickets for just 11 runs in 3 overs. This is the same Karan Casey, who hit 7 sixes in the last match at number seven, and scored 45 runs off 13 balls with a strike rate of 346.15. Although he missed a half-century in this match, but Karan Casey proved in this match that the cricketing code in him is full.
In bowling, Sandeep Lamichane took 2 wickets for 26 runs in 4 overs. Kamal Ari bowled well, taking 2 wickets for 22 runs in 4 overs. Abinash Bohara took one wicket for 20 runs in 3.2 overs.
Netherlands opener Max O Dodd scored 20 and Sebastian Brat scored 26 not out. Apart from them, no player could stay on the field much longer and thus the Netherlands lost the match by 142 runs.