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Nepal Defeated India in ACC Under-19 Asia Cup Cricket 2017 by 19 runs on the third day of the ACC Under-19 Asia Cup Cricket for their second Group A Cricket Match at Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur on Sunday (11/12/2017).
Initially, Nepal loosed the toss and India decided to bowl first with stunning bowling lowly Nepal for 185 runs. The match was in the hand of India, but Nepalese Team was also capable enough to give an answer to their balls and they did at last and won the game.
For the India, Aditya Thakare and Abhishek Sharma took two wickets each, while Vivekananda Tiwari, Shiva Singh, Atharva Taide and Mandeep Singh got one wicket each through their bowling. Nepal was about to lose the wickets reaching to 77/3 in the 28th over but Nepal captain Dipendra Singh Airee fighting scored for 88 off 101 balls against Indian’s balls in partnership with Jitendra Singh (36) in ACC Under-19 Asia Cup Cricket.
Similarly, India had also good start with Captain Himanshu Rana (46) stitching a 65 run with Manjot Kalra (35). But Nepal started to haunt India with their balls. The 17-year-old medium pacer got 4 wickets for 39 runs in his 10 overs’ spell.
In Summary; Nepal Defeated India in ACC Under-19 Asia Cup Cricket 2017, 185 for 8 in 50 overs (Nepal Captain Dipendra Singh Airee 88, Jitendra Singh 36; Abhishek Sharma 2-39, Aditya Thakara 2-33) 166 all out in 48.1 overs by 19 runs( Abhishek Sharma 27, Himanshu Rana 36, Manjot Kalra 35; Shahab Alam 2-11, Pawan Sarraf 2-24, Dipendra Singh Airee 4-39).
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