All-round Dipendra stuns India U-19

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A suffered its first-ever loss against Nepal as the neighbours overcame the men in blue in the U-19 Asia Cup in Malaysia.

India restricted Nepal to 185 for 8 in 50 overs. He then took 4 for 39 with his right-arm medium pace as India imploded to 166 all out off the first delivery of the 49th over to slump to an unexpected defeat. Rana smashed seven boundaries and a six in his explosive knock of 46 runs off 38 balls. Apart from Rana, the top-scorer for India, Manjot Kalra made 35 from 69 balls.

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Taide's departure, trapped in front by Dipendra, set the cat among the pigeons as the innings went on an inexorabe tailspin. Rana appeared to take the game away from Nepal the way he was batting until Airee clean bowled him in the 13th over. Jitendra Singh Thakuri scored a scratchy 36 and Pawan Sarraf and Shahab Alam chipped in with a couple of wickets each, but it was more of an Airee show than anything else.

Nepal had been rocked in the morning after being sent in at the Bayeumas Oval, losing their first two wickets inside the 10th over with just 28 on the board. Nepali captain Dipendra Singh Airee top-scored with 88 runs in 101 balls, including 6 fours and 2 sixes. Earlier on Saturday, Nepal lost to Bangladesh by 2 wickets, in a match that was decided in Duckworth-Lewis method after it was interrupted by rain. After starting off with a victory against Malaysia in the tournament opener, India still leads Group A with two points and also maintains a NRR of 1.83.

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The scores: Nepal u-19 185 for eight in 50 overs (Dipendra Singh 88) bt India u-19 166 in 48.1 overs (Himanshu Rana 46, Dipendra Singh four for 39).

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