Nepal U19 team skipper Rohit Kumar Paudel missed his century by just five runs as he lost his wicket by making 95 runs off 105 balls.
Playing their first match of the ICC U19 World Cup qualifiers, Nepal posted a huge target of 283 for Singapore, batting 46 overs. Nepal lost their all wickets in 46 overs.
Singapore had won the toss and invited Nepal to bat first. Nepal lost their opener Rit Gautam in the second over of the match. However, the other opener Pawan Sarraf made 47 runs to anchored the inning. Similarly, Bhim Sharki made 26 off just 19 balls while Rashid Khan made 48 runs. Similarly, Kamal Singh Airee made quick fire 31 runs to post the mammoth total.
In bowling, Singapore’s Atharva Gune grabbed four wickets in his 8 overs spell.