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Nepal have showed in T20 World Cup that they belong here: skipper Rohit Paudel
6/15/2024 9:19:21 PM
Agencies
KINGSTOWN, June 15: Skipper Rohit Paudel believes Nepal have done enough in the T20 World Cup to show they belong at the highest level even though they have fallen out of reckoning for Super Eight round.
Nepal fell agonisingly short of realising their dream of beating a full member side when they lost to South Africa by a mere run in a low-scoring thriller here.
With two runs needed off the last ball, Gulsan Jha (6) was run-out as the Proteas notched up their fourth consecutive win in the tournament.
"The way we played today; it shows that we belong here. The way we bowled and the way we batted also, I think we belong here. This will give good confidence to us for the next game against Bangladesh," Paudel told the media here after Nepal's heartbreaking defeat.
"I am very proud of the unit, especially the way they played today. The way we bowled in the first innings and the way we batted, especially in the last few moments where we could have capitalised on our side, but it went their way," he said.
Paudel remained nonchalant even though he watched his team coming close to a historic win but failing to get over the line.
"I didn't feel anything. I was just there in the moment," he said.
"Everyone was excited, two runs were needed in two balls. T20 is a fast game. The game shifts with two good balls or even a boundary. Being present is essential, especially in T20, because the momentum shifts a lot," he added.
"We missed nothing. We played good cricket but still we went on losing side. But overall, we played very well," Paudel added
Nepal lost their opener to Netherlands before their game against Sri Lanka was washed out. The would have remained in contention for a Super Eights berth had they defeated South Africa but they will now play for pride.
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