Recent Match Report – Nepal vs Zimbabwe, Singapore Tweny20 Tri-Series, 1st Match

Zimbabwe 5 133 (Burl 41 *, Mutumbami 40 *, Lamichhane3-15) bit Nepal 6 per 5 wickets (132 people, Williams 2-19)

Zimbabwe has had very little support for the last few months. They became the first full members suspended by ICC and now miss the T20 World Cup next year. The retirement of Hamilton Ma. Sakada and Solomon Meer added to the confusion, just as he left early in the 3rd series in Bangladesh last week.

However, Allrounder Ryan Burl and wicket-batter Richmond Mutumbami have won a fairly comfortable winner in the T20I 3 Series opener with Nepal in Singapore.

Renewed with productive CPL effects along with Barbados Tridents, Nepal's Leg-Spin Bowling Sendeep Lamichhane has expanded its rich form and struggled with Zimbabwe's top orders. After winning a new ball in 132 defenses on the turning track, the teenager enclosed three turnstiles in the first two overlaps and at that stage had a figure of 2-0-12-3. Nepalese goalkeeper Binod Bhandari, like Zimbabwe's top hitters, struggled to struggle without seeing a turn, and the two wide areas not only recognized four vices, but sneaked into the borders beyond him.

Regis Chakabva came first when Lamichhane spread a slower leg brake with a short extra cover for the duck in the second half. Tinotenda Mutombodzi (0) and new captain Sean Williams (0) next fell to Lamichhane, placing Zimbabwe 28 in third and fourth place. The collapse occurred when Brian Chari, who debuted with a direct blow by Dipendra Singh Airee, threw the ball in play, and Timycen Maruma broke 21 of Khadka's balls 12 times.

Sandeep Lamichhane swirls through his delivery Peter della Penna

When Zimbabwe was 64 years old with five in 10 overs, the force and joining suit and Mutumbamy chased Lamy Kane to bla 6 points. Mutumbami tied off-spin bowling all-rounder Aeeshe in six equal quarters for 15 days in a row.

Feared at the initial exchange, Burl closed on the 17th and hurried beyond Zimbabwe's triumph over Malla's borders.

Nepal's departure is similar to that of Zimbabwe. On the 11th, 4 people were hit with 55 people. But he was hit hard by Airee 40 and No.8. Sompal Kami (25 *) hauled to 132 for six.

Second in the 2018-19 Everest Premier League, Nepal's T20 league, Airee used 33 40 balls, including five guns, to help his side work beyond the initial strike. When he came out alone on the 17th, Nepal needed some stimulation at 6:95. And Kami offered a sparkling cameo so Nepal scored 36 in the last three overs.

Neville Madziva played slow with various slow balls, including a leg cutter, but Tendai Chatara missed his length in the final. Shimer cooked two full tosses and both put them in the cart at six. The second grass throw was novoled and hit free, but Chatara admitted only four of the last five balls.


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