KATHMANDU, Feb 12: The United States have lost all their wickets for just 35 runs in a match against Nepal during the final One-Day International (ODI) match of the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 tri-series being played at the TU Cricket Ground, Kirtipur on Wednesday. This is the lowest total ever in the history of ODI cricket.
Earlier, Nepal won the toss and opted to field first.
For Nepal, Sandeep Lamichhane and Sushan Bhari picked 6 and 4 wickets respectively. Lamichhane took his first wicket in the second over in the form of IG Holland who was out for a duck. Similarly, he sent MD Patel, NK Patel, Akshay Homraj, TK Patel and NP Kenjige off to the Pavillion.
Debutant in the series, another spinner Sushan Bhari claimed the wickets of XM Marshall, Aaron Jones, CAH Stevenson and J Theron.
XM Marshall was the highest scorer for the US with 16 runs in 22 deliveries. Except for him, no other batsmen could reach the double-digit mark.