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Just as the players prepared for the chase, there was a light drizzle. The covers have been fitted but appear to have been removed which is good news.

At this point, the game is well prepared at halftime. Nepal has done exceptionally well reaching 230 and will be bowling with momentum. That goal is far from daunting by Indian standards, but losing early wickets can put pressure on the country. Will Rohit Sharma and company make it and earn a spot in the Super Four? We’ll find out when we return to the hunt.

Aasif Sheikh is here to talk. He says he got the start in the early overs and wanted to hit deep but unfortunately couldn’t get there. Adds that they would have aimed for a score of around 250 but would take 230. Mentions they want to play good cricket at this level and says the ball struggles a little from length and will therefore try to hit that length. Finally, he applauds the Nepalese audience, who came in large numbers.

Nepal, who played their first international game against India, were not intimidated by the occasion and looked confident from the start. The two Nepal openers showed good intention and weren’t shy about playing their shots. They made India atone for lost catches, with Kushal Bhurtel being the aggressor among the two batters in the opening range. With the opening level breached, Nepal seemed to lose track in the middle overs, but Aasif Sheikh stood his ground at the other end, moving up his fifty. At 144-6, Sompal Kami and Dipendra Singh Airee came together and got the innings back on track with a 50-run streak. When those two batted, it looked like Nepal would surpass the 250 mark, but Kami’s departure meant Nepal had to settle for 230.

Nepal has lost its last 3 wickets for 2 runs and was bowled over for 230! They fail to reach their full quota of 50 overs but one has to stand up and applaud the minnows’ admirable performance. It’s been a frustrating day for India so far but they will be happy to defeat Nepal. After Rohit Sharma won the toss and put Nepal in the bat in favorable bowling conditions, it was less than an ideal start for her. The Indians were quite lethargic on the field, dropping three catches in the first five overs. Additionally, they were unable to consistently throw tight lines and lengths, giving Nepal a quick start. As is often the case, Shardul Thakur helped India break through the opening position to bring India’s defense into play. Ravindra Jadeja held it well from his side and dismantled the Nepalese middle class. With Nepal down six wickets, it looked like India would run through Nepal’s bottom tier, but they were stalled by the partnership between Sompal Kami and Dipendra Singh Airee. Still, they did well not to let Nepal wag their tails.

48.2 overs (0 runs) OUT OF! WOOD! Mohammed Siraj ends things and also takes his third wicket. Full and fast at 142 clicks, sliding off pole. Lalit Rajbanshi stops and tries to drive him away, but ends up being beaten. The ball lands in the off-stump and Rajbanshi ducks and Nepal has 230 runs in 48.2 overs.

48.1 overs (1 run) With a good length angle down the middle, Karan KC creates space and pushes it to the third man for a single.

47.6 overs (0 runs) Lalit Rajbanshi is out full and fast and leaves it alone.

47.5 overs (0 runs) Fuller one on off stump, Lalit Rajbanshi toes him towards the reverse point and looks for a single but is legitimately sent back.

Lalit Rajbanshi is the last man.

47.4 overs (0 runs) OUT OF! LEAK! A total lack of communication and Nepal are now nine points behind. Mohammad Shami picks up the pace and throws the ball on a shorter outside line. Sandeep Lamichhane immediately takes additional cover and attempts to charge through to the single. Karan KC sends him back but it’s too late. Substitute Axar Patel picks up the ball and throws it to the goalkeeper. Ishan Kishan removes the bail and Lamichhane isn’t even in the picture. IND vs NEP: Match 5: WICKET!  Sandeep Lamichhane runs out (sub Axar Patel / Ishan Kishan) 9 (17b, 0x4, 0x6).  NEP 229/9 (47.4 Ov).  CRR: 4.8

47.3 overs (1 run) Longer ball on the stumps, Karan KC tries to pull away but is rushed and gets an inside edge past the stumps for a single.

47.2 overs (0 runs) OUT OF! TAKEN! Well held by Ishan Kishan and Sompal Kami’s fiery punch comes to an end. Mohammad Shami serves this up a hard length in the canal, making it bounce a little more. Kami tries to stay behind and master the jump by guiding it well, but gets an outside advantage. Kishan jumps to the right and deftly grabs it. Kami is a bit upset about this sacking but has done a good job for his squad. IND vs NEP: Match 5: WICKET!  Sompal Kami c Ishan Kishan b Mohammad Shami 48 (56b, 1x4, 2x6).  NEP 228/8 (47.2 Ov).  CRR: 4.82

47.1 overs (1 run) Full and straight, in the block hole. Sandeep Lamichhane backs down and hits out too long for a single.

46.6 overs (6 runs) SIX! Sompal Kami is having a great time as he finishes another over with a maximum. Mohammed Siraj insists on the short ball and throws it over the middle. Kami lags behind and pulls the train over the rear facing square leg fence to score a biggie. Goes to 48 now. IND vs NEP: Match 5: It's a SIX!  Sompal Kami beats Mohammed Siraj.  NEP 227/7 (47.0 Ov).  CRR: 4.83

46.5 overs (0 runs) Good length around the ball, then snaps back in, Sompal Kami covers and blocks the line.

46.4 overs (2 runs) Another top edge that’s sure to fall off. Sompal Kami shoots the ball straight down the middle, but is sent straight over the goalkeeper’s head with the top edge as quickly as possible. Third man Kuldeep Yadav moves to the left and the batters get a few more runs.

46.3 overs (0 runs) Sompal Kami tries to push off with his back foot but is hit on the outside edge.

46.2 overs (2 runs) Only briefly! Sompal Kami is a good short ball on the body, instinctively catching it and pulling it out of the air to the fine leg. Shreyas Iyer charges in from deep, but the ball lands too short and Iyer does well to get his body behind the line. You get a few runs.

46.1 overs (1 run) Sandeep Lamichhane has good depth, backing up and driving the ball deep for a single.

45.6 overs (6 runs) SIX! Oh, swept away, great shot! Short but not short enough, about top center, Sompal Kami lags behind and picks it up before dragging it well over the center of the wicket for a biggie. IND vs NEP: Match 5: It's a SIX!  Sompal Kami beats Hardik Pandya.  NEP 216/7 (46.0 Ov).  CRR: 4.7

45.5 overs (1 run) Well, short! Shot in very short, Sandeep Lamichhane charges down the track and tries to pull but gets a lead over the short fine leg for a single.

45.4 overs (1 run) Full length on the pads, Sompal Kami gets an inside margin on the pads as he tries to flick and the ball rolls towards the square leg. You get a single.

45.3 overs (2 runs) Comes down well in the end! Shorter and slower from the outside, Sompal Kami aims for the upper cut but slips past the third man with a powerful edge. There, Shardul Thakur nearly rolls it over, but manages to get his left hand out and stop. Two runs are completed.

45.2 overs (0 runs) Another slower specimen that floats full up and floats outward, Sompal Kami drives it firmly but straight into additional cover.

45.1 overs (0 runs) Sompal Kami tries to retreat and cut off but misses the point to point.

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