- Nepal’s cricket team achieved a historic feat in a match against Team Mongolia
- First men’s cricket team to score over 300 runs in a T20 international
- Kushal Malla recorded the fastest T20 international century, taking just 34 balls
- Dipendra Singh Airee setting a new record for the fastest half-century in T20 cricket in just nine balls.
In an electrifying display of cricket bravery, the Nepal cricket team engraved their names in the records of history during a recent encounter with Team Mongolia at the Asian games. The match witnessed a storm of record-breaking moments that left fans and experts in awe.
Nepal achieved a remarkable milestone by becoming the first men’s cricket team to amass a shocking 300-plus runs in a T20 international match. Their fiery batting performance saw them score a total of 314 for three in 20 overs. The opposition, Team Mongolia, faced a challenging task in trying to reach the massive target.
The standout star of the historic innings was KUSHAL MALLA whose blazing century came from just 34 balls. This propelled Kushal into record books for the fastest t20 international century record surpassing David Miller’s previous record of the century in 35 balls, set against Bangladesh in 2017.
Dipendra Singh Airee, another Nepali sensation, left everyone amazed with his performance. Airee smashed 6 consecutive sixes in the first six balls faced, setting a new record for the fastest half-century in T20 cricket, achieved from 9 balls. This spectacular achievement eclipsed the previous record held by cricket legends Yuvraj Singh and Chris Gayle.
Not only did Nepal rewrite the record books with their batting heroics, but they also stamped their authority with an astounding victory margin. They pulled off the game with a jaw-dropping 273 runs, demolishing the previous records held by Afghanistan.
This momentous day will forever be etched in the history of Nepal Cricket, showcasing the talent and determination of the team.