Nepal made fice world records victory against Mongolia. T20l cricket 19th asian games

Hangzhou - In the men's cricket tournament  the 19th Asian Games, 2022, Nepal won a world record victory against Mongolia in the first match on Wednesday. Nepal defeated Mongolia by 273 runs in the match completed a while ago. This is the biggest win by run difference in men's T20 international cricket so far. Mongolia won the toss and invited Nepal to bat at Zhejiang University of Technology Pingfeng Cricket Ground. 

Nepal scored 314 runs by losing three wickets in the scheduled 20 overs. It is the first time that any team has scored 300 runs in Twenty20 international cricket. 

Pursuing the target of 315 runs given by Nepal, Mongolia was bowled out for 41 runs in 13.1 overs. Apart from Jamyasuren adding 10 runs, other batsmen could not bat memorable. On the bowling side, Nepal's Karan KC, Abhinas Bohra and Sandeep Lamichhane took 2/2 and Sompal Kami, Kushal Bhurtel and Dipendrasingh Airi took one wicket each.

Earlier, while batting against Mongolia, Kushal Malla and Dipendrasingh Airi batted a record. Kushal Malla scored another world record by scoring a century in 34 balls. Previously, the record for the fastest century was held by South Africa's David Miller, Czech Republic's Sudesh Wickremesekhar and India's Rohit Sharma. 

They scored a century in 35 balls. Malla and Poudel made their half-centuries in 19 balls. Dipendra Singh Airi scored another world record by scoring a half-century in just nine balls. Earlier, 

India's Yuvraj Singh scored a half-century in 12 balls. Kushal Malla scored an unbeaten 137 runs off 50 balls and Airy scored an unbeaten 52 runs off 10 balls. Malla hit 12 sixes and eight fours and Airy hit eight sixes.

 Similarly, captain Rohit Kumar Paudel scored 61 runs off 27 balls, Kushal Bhurtel scored 19 runs off 23 balls and Asif Sheikh scored 16 runs off 17 balls. Nepal will play another group stage match against Maldives.

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