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Nepal set 106 runs target to Netherlands in T20I clash

By News Desk

June 4, 2024 10:57 PM


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The Netherlands have restricted Nepal to 106 after opting to bowl first in match No.7 of the 2024 T20 World Cup on Tuesday at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Pacer Logan van Beek starred with three wickets while skipper Tim Pringle also took as many, dominating against the opposition.

Nepal didn't have a good start to the innings wickets Pringle dismissing wicketkeeper Aasif Sheikh. Kushal Bhurtel was dismissed for 7 runs off 10 balls, falling to an lbw by van Beek

Anil Sah contributed 11 runs from 12 balls, succumbing to a catch by van Beek on the bowling of Pringle. 


Skipper Rohit Paudel, made a significant effort with 35 runs from 37 balls but was eventually removed by Pringle. Gulsan Jha contributed at the backend with 14 rums while Karan KC scored a quick 17 runs from 12 balls, including two sixes.

Pringle bowled figures of 2/20 in his four-over spell while Van Beek finished with 3/18. Paul van Meekeren contributed effectively with his 4 overs, taking 2 wickets for 19 runs while Bas de Leede managed to take 2 wickets for 22 runs.

 


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