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Nepal’s easy win against Mongolia, four world records maintained

Nepal has made four world records in cricket.

The Nepali men’s cricket team has set four world records in the 19th Asian Games held in China.


By defeating Mongolia by 273 runs, Nepal has set this record by achieving the biggest margin of victory in terms of runs in a T20 International match.


The record for the largest margin of victory in T20 international cricket was previously held by the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic beat Turkey by 257 runs in the match played on August 30, 2019 and set a world record.

Nepal set a record of 315 runs to Mongolia, who played international cricket for the first time. Nepal scored 314 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in the scheduled 20 overs.


In the ongoing match, Nepal has set a world record for scoring the highest number of runs in T20 international cricket, previously the record was 278 runs scored by any team.


On the other hand, Nepal’s Dipendrasingh Airi has set the record of the batsman who completed the T20 half-century in the fewest balls. Nepali cricketer Airi has broken the record previously held by India’s Yuvraj Singh by making a half-century in 12 balls.


On the other hand, Kushal Malla has also managed to create a new world record by completing a century in the lowest number of balls. He has completed a century in 34 balls. Earlier, it is stated that the world record of 35-ball century remains intact.