Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane registers remarkable figures in Caribbean Premier League

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Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane was on fire in the Caribbean Premier League but his heroics weren’t enough as his team St Kitts and Nevis Patriots lost to Guyana Amazon Warriors by six wickets.

Batting first, the Patriots scored 146-5 in their 20 overs with opener Chris Gayle smashing 86 from 65 balls without much help from the other end.

In reply, the Warriors were pegged back early as the Patriots took two wickets inside the first two overs. But a fine unbeaten 79 from Shimron Hetmyer took his team past the finish line as the Warriors reached 148-4 in 16.3 overs.

For 18-year-old leg-spinner Lamichhane, however, it was a memorable game. He ended up with excellent figures of 2-12 from his four overs and did not concede a single boundary.

He got the scalps of opener Chadwick Walton and middle order batsman Jason Mohammed to give his team a shot at victory, but it wasn’t to be.

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Sandeep Lamichhane picks up three wickets, captain Paras Khadka shines as Nepal register maiden ODI victory

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Nepal captain Paras Khadka. Image: ICC/Twitter.

Leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane picked up three wickets as Nepal beat Netherlands by one run to register their maiden win in the format on Friday.

Chasing 217 for victory, the Dutch were well placed at 114-2 before they lost seven wickets for 71 runs. Leg-spinner Lamichhane took 3-41 from his 10-overs to play his part in a famous win.

The last wicket of Paul van Meekeren (12) and Fred Klaassen (13) took the hosts to the final over in Amstelveen, needing six off the last over.

Thereafter, Netherlands needed one run to tie the match but Klaassen was run out by Nepal captain Paras Khadka off his own bowling as cricket’s latest ODI team won by one run. For the hosts, Wesley Barresi top-scored with 71.

Earlier, No8 Sompal Kami top-scored for Nepal with 61 off 46 balls with five fours and three sixes. Captain Khadka made 51 with six fours and two sixes as Nepal recovered from 88-5 to reach 216 all out.

The series ended 1-1 after the Netherlands won the first match at the same venue by 55 runs on Wednesday.

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