On September 27, the Nepal cricket team, led by Rohit Paudel, achieved a historic milestone by posting the highest total ever recorded in T20I cricket.

In a recent clash between Nepal and Mongolia at the ongoing Asian Games, Nepal batted first and amassed a staggering 314/3 on the scoreboard, eclipsing the previous record held by Afghanistan for four years when they scored 278/3 against Ireland.

Nepal’s performance in this match was a record-breaking spectacle, with their players surpassing records previously held by cricketing legends such as Yuvraj Singh and Rohit Sharma. Kushal Malla, a middle-order batsman for Nepal, etched his name in history by achieving the fastest century in T20I cricket. Malla reached the three-figure mark in just 34 balls, outpacing the previous record set by Rohit Sharma and David Miller by a single ball. Malla’s remarkable innings concluded at 137 runs off 50 deliveries, including an astounding 12 sixes and eight boundaries.

Furthermore, Dipendra Singh Airee joined the record-breaking parade by eclipsing Yuvraj Singh’s record for the fastest T20I fifty. Dipendra Singh achieved his half-century in a mere nine deliveries, while Yuvraj had achieved the same feat in 12 balls during the 2007 T20I World Cup against England.

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However, some fans voiced concerns about the cricket ground’s dimensions in China, suggesting that it might not be ideal for the sport. Despite these challenges, they anticipate more records to be shattered in the days ahead due to the unique conditions.