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T20 World Cup: Nepal sets a target of 107 runs for the Netherlands

04 June 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Nepal posted a modest target of 107 runs for the Netherlands.

In the league stage match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, Nepal batted first against the Netherlands in Dallas, United States.

Winning the toss, the Dutch team was elected to bowl first.

The toss was delayed following rain.

After a decade-long hiatus, the Nepali national cricket team is competing in the T20 World Cup today.

Nepal last made its T20 World Cup debut in Bangladesh in 2014, a moment that turned the entire nation into cricket enthusiasts.

This year, the ongoing World Cup in America and the West Indies has drawn significant attention from the global cricket community and Nepali fans alike.

Under the captaincy of Rohit Kumar Paudel, Nepal is making a strong comeback.

The only player from the 2014 squad still in the team is Sompal Kami; the rest are new faces.

Despite the lack of structural improvements in Nepali cricket over the past decade, the dedication and hard work of the players have brought them back to the World Cup stage.

The 10-year wait for Nepali cricket fans culminates tonight at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas, USA.

Publish Date : 04 June 2024 23:23 PM

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