He also scored the fourth-fastest century in ODIs Lose though

He also scored the fourth-fastest century in ODIs Lose though

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Asif Khan of the United Arab Emirates showed a batting frenzy. This cricketer of Pakistani origin scored the fourth fastest century in ODI history. But his team could not win.

Nepal came very close to playing in the ODI World Cup after defeating the UAE by 9 runs in the Duckworth-Lewis method. Name written in the World Cup selection.


The World Cup qualifiers will be held in Zimbabwe from June 18 to July 9. There will be a total of 10 teams in this qualifier. Two teams will get tickets to the main round of the World Cup from the selection. The World Cup will be held in India in October-November.

Batting first, United Arab Emirates scored 310 runs for six wickets in Kirtipur on Thursday. Asif Khan remained unbeaten on 101 runs off just 42 balls. His devastating innings consisted of 11 sixes. He also hit four fours. The strike rate is around 250!


Former South African batsman AB de Villiers holds the record for the fastest century in ODIs. He completed his century off 31 balls. Corey Anderson has a century off 36 balls. And former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi first scored the fastest century in 37 balls.

Aim 311 Nepal did not start well in chasing big runs. 2 wickets fell in the first 9 balls. Nepal lost 4 wickets before crossing 100. But luck was on their side.

When Nepal was 42 runs from 36 balls, the game was stopped due to a lack of light. Nepal advanced to the World Cup qualifiers by winning by 9 runs in DLS rules.



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