11. In the ACC 2006 trophy, Nepal won Myanmar by just 10 of 12.1. No Burmese Myanmar scored more than one, five were dodged and the extras were classified with five (three for the leg and two for broadband). Mehboob Alam and Binod Das recorded seven or three doors. In response, Nepal reached its goal with two balls. The first ball was for three, followed by five wides. Three more runs were carried out in the legitimate delivery. In the response, Nepal hit three from the first ball, followed by three widths that went to five, and then hit three more from the legitimate second home to win ten windows. Some critics described it as the biggest mismatch in the history of international cricket, and the score of 10 is the lowest level for international cricket for men. They finished fourth in the tournament after losing in a play-off against Afghanistan. They won ACC’s Premier League in 2006.
12. In May 2008, Nepal traveled to Jersey to take part in the Cricket World League of Division V of the Cricket World League.
13. Nepal received Twenty20 International (T20I) status from ICC in June 2014 for the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015. Nepal received the status of One Day International (ODI) for the first time on March 15, 2018 (and one Twenty20 International status) after winning the first playoff game at the 2018 Cricket World Cup.
14. Nepal made its first appearance at the ICC World Event at the ICC World Twenty20 2014 in Bangladesh. They have participated in international matches since 1996, including the ACC Trophy tournaments, with the exception of the 2015 Twenty20 Cup in the United Arab Emirates, which they did not attend.
15. Nepal also participated in the classification for the ICC World Cup in 2001, 2014 and 2018, in the Twenty20 World Ranking of 2012, 2013 and 2015, in the ICC Intercontinental Cup in 2004 and 2005, at the Fast Track Country Tournament ACC 2004, 2005 and 2006, in the ACC Twenty20 Cup 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013, Asian Games 2010 and 2014 and ACC Premier League 2014.
16. Unlike other smaller cricket nations, where the teams are mainly overseas, the national team of Nepal consists of indigenous players, who have usually risen at the age cricket.
17. On 15 March 2018 Nepal claimed for the first time the status of One Day International (ODI) with a victory over Papua New Guinea in the qualifying match for a ninth place in the 2018 Cricket World Cup qualifier Status of Twenty20 International (T20I). Therefore, all Twenty20 games between Nepal and other ICC members after January 1, 2019, will be a full T20I.
18. According to the History of Nepal book written by Daniel Wright, the author of page number 74 states, “Tutors have repeatedly tried to get young people to play cricket and other games, but we got a lot of fun.” This explanation was declared in 1877. The story of Cricket is as old as 1877 AD. This information was compiled by the Nepalese writer and historian Saurabh in his book Asahamati.
19. By 1998, facilities in Nepal had improved so much that they were able to accommodate the ACC trophy this year in Lalitpur and Kirtipur (at TU Cricket Ground) and in Kathmandu. Nepal itself was not successful in the tournament without scoring a victory.
20. On June 28, 2014, the ICC Nepal awarded the T20I status, which participated exceptionally in 2014 at the ICC World Twenty20. Nepal had already contested three T20I games before the status was reached, as the ICC announced So far, all parties to the ICC World Twenty20 2014 have the status T20I. Nepal lost the state in July 2015 after not qualifying for the ICC World Twenty20 2016.
21. Nepal played its first Twenty20 International series against Hong Kong in Sri Lanka in November 2014. Initially, the series was scheduled for three games, but due to continued rain and poor conditions on the ground, only one game was played. Nepal lost the match, but Sompal Kami made an impressive performance, scoring 40 from 31 balls and reaching 10. This is the world record for the highest score a batsman has achieved in this position. Nepal played their second international Twenty20 series against the Netherlands from June 30 to July 3, 2015. Nepal lost 3-1 to the 4-game series. Paras Khadka was named a player of the series.
22. In 2000, Nepal’s youth development policy paid off when Nepal’s national U-19 national cricket team finished eighth in the U-19 World Cup. The senior squad had the best performance last year when they reached the semi-finals of the ACC 2000 Trophy before losing to Sharjah against Hong Kong. They participated in the ICC Trophy for the first time the following year. During the tournament in Ontario, they won against Germany and Gibraltar. A defeat against the eventual runner-up in Namibia, however, prevented them from going beyond the first round.
23. Nepal finished second in the United Arab Emirates at the 2002 ACC Trophy in Singapore and hosted the ACC Emerging Nations Tournament 2003, which battled easily against Bhutan and the Maldives. They won so much that the next time they played in 2005, they were not invited to the tournament. Raju Khadka was the first Nepalese cricketer to score an international century defeating 105 unbeaten opponents.
24. In March 2006, Nepal played in Windhoek in a Namibian playoff game to determine the final round of the 2006 ICC Intercontinental Cup. Nepal had to win to qualify for the main tournament, but the match was a draw after There was no match on the first day. Later that year, they toured Pakistan and played against the Pakistan Cricket Academy before playing in the 2006 ACC Trophy in 2006 in Kuala Lumpur.
25. They played in the Twenty20 Cup of the 2007 ACC in Kuwait, where they finished fourth in their first round.
26. Nepal led the way after qualifying in Group A, but lost to Afghanistan in the semifinals and finished third after beating the USA. UU After qualifying in Tanzania at the end of the year, only the first two of this tournament for Division 4 of the ICC Cricket World League, Nepal missed the opportunity to further increase their dream of the 2011 World Cup. Later, Nepal appeared in the Elitea Trophy ACC in 2008, finishing fourth after losing to the UAE in the semifinals and third in the playoffs for Afghanistan.
27. Nepal finished fifth in the ACC Twenty20 Cup 2009 after beating Singapore in fifth place by scoring 9 goals against Singapore. In a group game against Kuwait, Nepal needed 7 runs off the last ball to win. Binod Bhandari, his debut for the national team, hit the last six ball to tie the game. In the end, Nepal won the match in the starting bowl.
28. By 1998, facilities in Nepal had improved so much that they were able to accommodate the ACC trophy this year in Lalitpur and Kirtipur (at TU Cricket Ground) and in Kathmandu. Nepal itself was not successful in the tournament without scoring a victory.
29. Nepal won its first major tournament and beat the USA. In the final of the 2010 ICC World Cricket League Division, which was held in February 2010 in Kathmandu, Sharad Vesawkar scored a century and remained unbeaten in the tournament with 105 of 134 balls against Fiji.
30. Nepal played very well in the 2010 ACC Trophy Elite, winning all of the group stage games and beating Malaysia in the semifinals with eight races, but lost the final against an ODI team from Afghanistan with 95 races and finished runner-up.
31. Nepal took third place in the fourth division of the 2010 Cricket World League, which is why it remains in the fourth division of the fourth division of the ICC Cricket World League. In November, Nepal appeared at the 2010 Asian Games and lost in the quarterfinals against Sri Lanka. It was the first game that Nepal played against a member nation.
32. In December 2011, Nepal hosted the Twenty20 Cup of the ACC 2011 and finished fourth. He qualified for the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2012.
33. Nepal finished seventh in the ICC World Twenty20 qualifier in 2012 after beating Kenya and Papua New Guinea in the playoffs. Shakti Gauchan clinched Nepal’s first international hat-trick against Denmark in the tournament. In September 2012, Nepal appeared in the 2012 ICC World Cricket League Division, where Subash Khakurel and Anil Mandal achieved a century. Subash Khakurel scored 115 of 142 against the United States and Anil Mandal scored 113 of 134 against Denmark. In a game against Malaysia, Shakti Gauchanset managed the convincing victory of Nepal with a new record. The numbers of 10-8-2-3 of the Orthodox spinner of the left arm are the best economic bowling effect in limited encounters.
34. Nepal won all six games of the tournament and rose to Division 3 of the ICC World Cricket World League. The Nepalese players won the man-of-the-match prize in the six games in which Nepal played, and Basanta Regmi won the tournament player prize after receiving a total of 21 tickets in the tournament.
35. In October, Nepal participated in the ACC Trophy Elite 2012 and had to share the trophy with the United Arab Emirates after a thrilling finale at the Cricket Stadium in Sharjah, UAE, on October 12, 2012. UAE He released 241, a target that seemed to be in full view of Nepal after its 94 opening support. However, they constantly lost their windows and ultimately needed only 12 windows with only two windows in their hands. Shakti Gauchan hit Shadeep Silva’s left arm for a six, but he could only run from the last ball once and finished a draw. Captain Paras Khadka scored 106 goals in only 77 balls in this game against Kuwait, his first century for Nepal.
36. Nepal participated in the 2013 Twenty20 Cup ACC, which took place on the grounds of Kirtipur and Lalitpur. Nepal marched slightly towards the end of the tournament with a first-class performance from its captain Paras Khadka, and the team hit the United Arab Emirates with 6 windows. Nepal had previously qualified for the ICC World Twenty20 qualifier in 2013, reaching the semi-finals of the tournament. Nepal had to settle for second place after losing 7 windows to an ODI team from Afghanistan. The Nepalese team was supported by a great supporter throughout the tournament, with an average attendance of 15,000 to 20,000 (approximately 25,000 in the semifinal and final) during their matches. Hundreds of thousands saw it live on TV, without a doubt, the greatest public support outside the gaming stadiums.
37. Nepal won the World Cricket League Division 2013, which took place in Bermuda and qualified for the 2014 World Cup qualification, and Nepal in the ACC Team Cup 2013, where teams under 23 took part. The four test nations Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka participated together with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, and the host Singapore. Nepal finished third in 2013, qualifying for the ICC World Twenty20 qualifier in the United Arab Emirates and qualifying for the ICC World Twenty20 of 2014 when they beat Hong Kong at the final ball of the exciting quarter-final.
38. Nepal lost the qualification for the 2015 World Cup and finished ninth in the 2014 World Cup qualifier in New Zealand
39. The bowlers from Nepal did not throw a big ball throughout the tournament. Nepal was also the only team that did not have a chance in the tournament. Nepal took third place in the ACC Premier League in 2014, defeating UAE and Hong Kong ODI teams and qualifying for the 2014 ACC Championship. In September, Nepal participated in the 2014 Asian Games, going beyond the quarter-finals to qualify.
40. Nepal won Division Three of the 2014 Cricket World League in Malaysia and qualified for Division Two of the ICC Cricket World League. Gyanendra Malla scored his first century, 114 of 125 balls, against Singapore in the tournament. In November, Nepal traveled through Sri Lanka when Sri Lanka Cricket agreed to an application from the Asian Cricket Council to support countries that did not attend the event in the region. There they played two three-day games against the Sri Lanka Cricket Combined XI. and an international Twenty20 series against Hong Kong.
41. Nepal finished fourth in the ICC World Cricket League Division 2015 in Namibia and qualified for the ICC World Cricket League Championship 2015-17. However, Nepal failed to secure promotion to Division One and qualifying for the 2015-17 ICC Intercontinental Cup after finishing third in the round robin phase. Basanta Regmi was the first bowler to win 100 windows in the Cricket World League. He succeeded after he had scored two goals in the tournament against Holland.
42. On 11 April 2015, Nepal hosted a tribute party with more than 63 participants (31.3 per side) in honor of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who was hit by a goalkeeper at the age of 63. , The game was played at the TU Cricket Ground in Kirtipur between the Red Team, combined players from Nepal and Australia and the Blue Team from all Nepalese players. In June, Nepal traveled through the Netherlands to contest a series of Twenty20 International against the local team. Then in 2015, Nepal competed in ICC World Twenty20 qualifiers in Ireland and Scotland, where the team finished seventh in Group A, failing to qualify for the second ICC World Twenty20 in a row.
43. Nepal took second place in the 2018 World Cricket League, Division Two, for a place in the 2018 World Cup Cricket Championships. On March 15, Nepal received the status of One Day International (ODI) for the first time. With its victory over Papua New Guinea in the qualifying match for the ninth place in the qualifying round of the Cricket World Cup 2018, Nepal also achieved the status of Twenty20 International (T20I) through the ODI status. After attaining ODI status, the Nepalese captain in the World Cup qualifying qualification, Paras Khadka, said he would like to receive the test status that he believes will last between eight and ten years. Since then, Nepal has played 3 ODI 2 games against the Netherlands and 1 against the United Arab Emirates with a 33.3% profit share.
44. The Cricket Association of Nepal was founded in 1946 with the aim of promoting cricket by Lieutenant-General Madan Sumsher Jung Bahadur Rana. Nepal became a member of the ICC in 1988 and an associate member in 1996.
45. Nepal’s Shakti Gauchan has a hat-trick against Denmark in qualifying for the 2012 ICC World Twenty20.
46. The first major tournament to win Nepal in 2010 was Division 5 of the Cricket World League, which was held in Kathmandu and defeated the United States in the final.
47. Shakti Gauchan was the first cricketer in Nepal to attend rehearsals for an IPL team. The Royals of Rajasthan summoned him to trial in 2012. Shakti Gauchan has a hat-trick against Denmark in the ICC World Twenty20 qualifying.
48. Nepal played at the 2014 ICC World T20 in Bangladesh and was grouped with Hong Kong, Bangladesh and Afghanistan in Group A. Nepal defeated Hong Kong and Afghanistan and was the only team to play neither a wide ball nor a ball in the tournament.
49. , Nepal made its debut at an ICC 2014 World Cup T-20 event in which Nepal won two games and lost 12th place among the 16 participating nations. They could not qualify for the 2016 T20 World Cup and have therefore lost the status of T20I.
50. The first major tournament to win Nepal in 2010 was Division 5 of the Cricket World League, which was held in Kathmandu and defeated the United States in the final.