KATHMANDU: Nepal have enlisted first historically speaking ODI win in history books in the wake of confining the Netherlands to 215 runs against limited 217-run-focus in their second ODI coordinate at VRA ground in Amstelveen on Friday.
Nepal’s captain Paras Khadka and lower arrange batsman Sompal Kami hit ostentatious half-hundreds of years to post a testing 216-run hard and fast with seven balls to save against the Dutch.
Paras crushed 51 runs while Sompal scored a brisk fire 61 runs off only 46 balls with three most extreme clean hits and five swashbuckling fours to enroll a better than average aggregate on board against the imposing adversary.
Similarly, youthful spinner Sandeep Lamichhane gave Nepal a leap forward in the wake of taking three wickets for Nepal while Lalit Singh Bhandari guaranteed two.
For the Dutch, Right-hand Batsman Wesley Barresi made 71 runs in 89 balls while Daniel James ter Braak took 39 runs.
In the duying coals of the match, Nepal’s Skipper Paras Khadka made the win conceivable in the wake of getting the last yet most vital wicket for Nepal.
Netherlands were shy of a solitary hurried to tie their second ODI against Nepal.