UAE trump Namibia to reach World Cup qualifiers CricBuzz Live
Lohandre Louwrens, Craig George Williams and Gerhard Erasmus played battling thumps yet six hitters succumbed to single-digit scores. Amir Hayat (3 for 49) and skipper Rohan Mustafa (3 for 31) drove the route for UAE as Namibia fell 19 runs short.
Brief Scores: UAE 247/6 out of 50 overs (Shaiman Anwar 77, Muhammad Usman 59; JJ Smit 3-57) beat Namibia 228 of every 49.4 overs (Gerhard Erasmus 58, Craig George Williams 54; Rohan Mustafa 3-31, Amir Hayat 3-49) by 19 runs
Canada vs Nepal
In pursue of Canada’s 194 for 8 out of 50 overs, Nepal wound up on the precarious edge of getting thumped out of dispute for the World Cup qualifiers in the 42nd over. They were down to 144 for 9, with 51 runs still to get from 47 balls. Be that as it may, No. 10 batsman KC Karan kept at it as he and Sandeep Lamichhane fashioned a stand. The combine cut down the condition to 37 off the last 30 balls. Cecil Pervez and Nikhil Dutta battled back quickly to leave Nepal requiring 29 off 18 balls. Karan took that as signal and pursued the bowlers, whacking a pivotal six in the 48th over.
The penultimate over from Satsimranjit Dhindsa brought a six and four, leaving Canada to shield eight of the last finished. Pervez did incredibly well to bowl four spot balls, before Karan crushed the fifth ball for a six. The weight got to the bowler as he conveyed a wide next up. With one to kick it into high gear from the last ball, Karan completed off the pursuit to control his side through.
Brief Scores: Canada 194/8 of every 50 overs (Srimantha Wijeratne 103; Basant Regmi 3-34) lost to Nepal 195/9 out of 50 overs (Dilip Nath 41; Cecil Pervez 3-41) by 1 wicket
Oman vs Kenya
Requested to bat initially, Kenya were packaged out for only 200, a score they could oversee simply after some late-arrange endeavors from Rakep Patel (59), Shem Ngoche (29) and Emmanuel Bundi (22). Kaleemullah, Fiaz Bhutt and Bilal Khan featured with the ball for Oman. With rain intrusion, Oman were entrusted with pursuing 183 off 42 overs, which they finished with five balls to save on account of a lower-arrange batting exertion, that took after Zeeshan Maqsood’s 50 years.
Brief Scores: Kenya 200 of every 49.5 overs (Rakep Patel 59, Shem Ngoche 29; Kaleemullah 3-25) lost to Oman 184/8 out of 41.1 overs (Zeeshan Maqsood 58; Hiren Varaiya 3-21) by 2 wickets (D/L)