Nepal bowled brilliantly in their first ever ODI match against Netherlands in their home soil. In fact it was Nepalese captain Paras Khadka who was the star of the first inning for Nepal. Winning the toss and electing to bat first, Netherlands managed to make 189 runs on the boards batting for 47.4 overs.
It was Sompal Kami, who was became the first Nepali player to bowl in first ever ODI match and he also became the first Nepali bowler to take a ODI Wicket when he bowled Daniel ter Braak in the third over of the inning. Nepali bowlers all of them were brilliant today with keeping the Dutch side at bay. The star of the inning Paras Khadka finished with the figure of 10-0-26-4.
|Stephan Myburgh||b Lamichhane||29||32||4||1||90.62|
|Daniel ter Braak||b Sompal Kami||1||11||0||0||9.09|
|Ben Cooper||lbw b Khadka||20||17||4||0||117.64|
|Wesley Barresi||c Aarif Sheikh b Khadka||12||22||1||0||54.54|
|BFW de Leede||c †Sah b Sompal Kami||30||60||1||1||50.00|
|MJG Rippon||c Airee b Khadka||51||76||2||0||67.10|
|Pieter Seelaar||c Gauchan b Regmi||5||13||0||0||38.46|
|Scott Edwards||lbw b Karan KC||18||23||1||0||78.26|
|S Snater||b Khadka||0||2||0||0||0.00|
|Fred Klaassen||c †Sah b Sompal||11||27||1||0||40.74|
|Paul van Meekeren||not out||3||3||0||0|
Extras: 9 (b 5, lb 1, w 3)
Total: 189/10 in 47.4 Overs