Spirited Nepal stuns India in U-19 Asia Cup

Spirited Nepal stuns India in U-19 Asia Cup

Historical win for Nepal in U19 Cricket

Captain Himansu Rana top scored for India with 46 runs followed by Manoj Karla (35), Abhishek Sharma (27), Anuj Rawal (18) and Aditya Thakare (13). It's the first time ever that Nepal has managed to secure a victory over India at any level of professional cricket.

In the match played at Kinrara Academy Oval, Nepal defeated the youth team of test-playing nation by 19 runs.

India suffered a shock 19-run defeat against Nepal in the U-19 Asia Cup One-day tournament on Sunday. Kamal Singh got the first wicket of the innings and then the India U-19 started to tumble. Had they played out their 50 overs, they should have ideally won.

Chasing the revised target of 180 runs in 40 overs, the Bangladesh youths required 11 runs in the last over.

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The 17-year-old Nepalese skipper ploughed a lone furrow with the bat in making a stroke-filled 88 which was the cornerstone of his team's modest 185 for 8 in 50 overs on being put in to bat by Himanshu Rana. Captain Dipendra Singh Airee's excellent batting had put the opponents under control.

Nepal lost opener Asif Sheikh (3) cheaply and No 3 batsman Anil Kumar Sah (6) but a composed knock from another opening batsman Jitendra Singh and an entertaining knock from Airee helped Nepal post the total, which ultimately turned out to be the winning ones.

Abhishek Sharma broke the stand in the 28th over, having Singh caught and bowled on 36 runs.

Bhim Sarki, Anil Shah and Aasif Shekh contributed 15, six and three runs respectively. Earlier on Saturday, Nepal lost to Bangladesh by 2 wickets, in a match that was decided in Duckworth-Lewis method after it was interrupted by rain. Keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube.

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