KATHMANDU – Namibia has set a victory target of 276 runs to Nepal for victory in the third match of the ICC World Cricket League-2 triangular one-day series.
After being invited to bat first in the match being held in Namibia, the hosts scored 275 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in the scheduled 50 overs, riding on a magnificent 119 in 111 balls by Mitchell Van Lingen.
Similarly, captain Gerhard Erasmus scored 53 runs in 76 balls while Jan Nicol Lofty Eaton scored 40 runs off 32 balls.
For Nepal, Lalit Rajwanshi took 4 wickets while Sompal Kami took 2 wickets. Similarly, Sagar Dhakal took 1 wicket.