Men’s cricket started on 27 September after the end of women’s cricket at the Asian Games 2023. Asian Games Men’s cricket started at 6:30 AM IST.
The Asian Games 2023 was held at the Hangzhou Pingfeng Campus Cricket Ground on 27th September. The Asian Games match, which was held at the Hangzhou Stadium on September 27, featured two teams, Nepal and Mongolia. The first match of the Asian Games 2023 was played between Nepal and Mongolia.
Asian Games 2023 After witnessing a hard-fought battle in women’s cricket, cricket fans thought that men’s cricket would also get off to a tough start but the overall performance was disappointing.
Asian Games Men T20 2023 1st match Nepal vs Mongolia, Nepal beat Mongolia by a stunning run. The captains of the two teams joined the toss and Mongolia won the toss, after winning the toss Mongolia decided to field first. Batting first, Nepal defeated Mongolia by 273 runs. Batting first, Nepal scored 314 runs for the loss of 3 wickets which became a huge target for Mongolia.
Nepal’s Dipendra Singh Airee makes history, overtaking Yuvraj Singh’s record for the fastest T20 fifty. Airee achieves this remarkable feat, blasting a fifty in only nine balls during the Nepal vs Mongolia match at the Asian Games 2023.
Nepal sets new world record by scoring over 300 runs in T20 international, crushing Mongolia by 273 runs at the Asian Games.
But Mongolia’s fielding to batting style showed so poorly that Mongolia finished their entire game in just 20 overs. Mongolians ended their game by 41 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in Nepal vs.Mongolia in the Asian Games Men’s T20 2023.
Highlights of The Asian Games Men T20 2023 :
- Asian Games men T20 2023 1st match held Nepal vs. Mongolia.
- The game started at 6:30 a.m. IST on 27th September.
- The game was held at Hangzhou Pingfeng Stadium.
- In Nepal vs. Mongolia, Nepal won by defeating Mongolia badly.
- Mongolia won the toss and elected to field.
- Nepal scored 314 runs losing 3 wickets.
- Mongolia embarrassingly managed to score just 41 runs for the loss of 10 wickets.
- Nepal defeated Mangalia by 273 runs
Played for Nepal :
Rohit Paudel, Asif Sheikh, Kushal Malla, Kushal Vurtel, Dipendra Singh Airey, Sudeep Zora, Gulsan Jha, Sompal Kami, Avinash Bohara, Karan KC, Sandeep.
Played for Mongolia :
Mungun Altankhuyag, Davasuren Zamiansuren, Luvsanjundui Erdenebulgan, Od Lutbayer, Enkhtuvshin Munkhbat, Bat-Yalot Namsrai, Nyambatar Naranbaatar, Enkh-Erdene Otgonbat, Tur-Erdene Burukhush Sum, Tur-Erdene Otgonbat.
Arif Ansari and Chris Thurgate (Two first umpire)
Mazdoor Rahman (Third Umpire)
Edwin Seah (referee)