Nepal wrapped up for 137 against Scotland

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Nepal has been wrapped up for a mere 137 runs against Scotland in the second match of Namibia tour. Choosing to bowl first at Windhoek, Scottish bowlers did a fine job to crumble out Nepal within 37.1 overs.

Nepal lost Aasif Sheikh early on and could only add 26 runs from the powerplay. Arjun Saud had to walk back for sluggish 18 in the 13th over after a miscommunication with Gyanendra Malla.

Malla too didn’t last long as he was sent back for 25 four overs later. Nepal lost a fifth wicket for 80 runs when Chris Sole dismissed Aarif Sheikh (10) and Kushal Bhurtel (0) in two successive balls in the 24th over. Skipper Rohit Paudel and Dipendra Singh Airee were also unable to do anything special against the mighty Scottish bowlers.

Gulshan Jha topped the scorecard with a run a ball 29 runs at the end. He smashed the only six of the inning.

Chris Sole picked up three wickets for Scotland. Mark Watt pocketed a couple while Brandon McMullen, Michael Leask and Safyaan Sharif also grabbed one wicket each.

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