Nepal 29 for 0 (Bhandari 24 *) expired China 26 (Lamichhane 3-4, Regmi 3-5) with ten windows
China has been described for Long as an inactive superpower, but as far as cricket is concerned, it is clear that it is still in the deepest of the sleepers.
To his neighbors next to Nepal, Nepal, he only missed 1.5 attempts to hunt a minuscule total of 26, when China fell to its fifth place. defeat of five in the last regional qualifier of the ICC for the next T20 World Cup in 2020.
With a population of approximately 1,500 million people, China has a growing interest and focused on world sports prowess, from its headquarters in the The 2008 Olympic Games until the recent re-launch of the super-rich China Super League, aim to create a sports industry of 500 billion dollars by 2025.
But as far as cricket is concerned, China is still a long way from the pace, Despite the best efforts of former Bangladeshi captain Aminul Islam, who described himself as the "Neil Armstrong of Chinese cricket" when he was appointed by the Asian Cricket Council a decade ago, he oversees the growth of the game in the country.
"We are making an extra effort in China, because without China, cricket is not a global sport," Aminul told ESPNcricinfo in 2010. According to current evidence, the sport will remain a second-class citizen for some years.
In today's non-competition, only one Chinese hitter, Hong Jiang Yan, reached double figures: when he opened the batting he made 11 of 27 balls, having scored 1, 0, 1 and 1 in his first four outings of the tournament .
Seven of his players made ducks, two of them fell to the star of Nepal. The show, the 18-year-old skater, Sandeep Lamichhane, who returned the impressive 3-by-4 figures in four overs to bring his tournament tally to 20 windows in 17 overs with an average of 2.05.
In response, Nepal's starters galloped their total in a burst of 11 balls – with Binod Bhandari outperforming 24 of them in eight installments, with three four-and-six.
Nepal has now won five games out of five, with a first-class showdown against Singapore on Friday. Both sides have already secured their progression to next year's Asian WT20 final, with Nepal sealing its berth with its 117-race win over Bhutan on Tuesday.
For China, it's time to go back to the drawing board, although they have one last exit to come against Malaysia on Friday. And since the same Malaysia reduced Myanmar to 9 for 8 in another extraordinary contest on Tuesday, the portents are great.
On the positive side, China still has time to put its ambitions in order before these beating starts. Official status The ICC recently announced that all T20Is would be granted a full international status, but that it would become effective only from January 1, 2019.
Fortunately, that edict will not extend to contests of more than 50, in the that China's registry is not better. In April 2017, they lost 390 races to Saudi Arabia after being sent off for 28 in a World League Qualification.