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T20 World Cup: Nepal fielding against Bangladesh


17 June 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Nepal is currently playing its last match under the ICC T20 World Cup.

Nepal’s captain, Rohit Paudel, won the toss and decided to field against Bangladesh in the match at Arnos Vale Stadium in St. Vincent in the West Indies.

This match will be a battle of prestige for Nepal, which has been eliminated from the Super 8 stage of the World Cup.

Nepal lost the first match against the Netherlands, and the second match against Sri Lanka was canceled due to rain.

After losing by one run against South Africa in the third match, Nepal was out of the Super 8 race.

Sandeep Jora has replaced Karan KC in Nepal’s team for the match against South Africa.

Today, Sandeep Jora is playing his first match in the World Cup.

Chasing the target of 116 runs set by South Africa, Nepal played the entire 20 overs and made 114 runs for the loss of 7 wickets.

Publish Date : 17 June 2024 06:10 AM

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