Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane just 1 wicket away to complete 100 ODI wickets; Will Surpass Rashid Khan

Sandeep Lamichhane on his way to a huge milestone.

Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane has come close to the record of completing 100 wickets in ODIs. Sandeep Lamichhane now has 99 wickets in ODIs after taking one wicket against the UAE in the World Cup League-2 last match.

Afghanistan’s spinner Rashid Khan is at the top of this list with 100 wickets in 44 matches. Sandeep Lamichhane, with 99 wickets in 41 matches, is just one wicket away from surpassing Rashid Khan and creating a new record.

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Sandeep has completed 72 wickets in League-2 and has become the 2nd highest wicket-taker with Oman’s Bilal being the highest wicket-taker in League-2 with 76 wickets. Bilal has achieved this success in 35 games.

Nepal Team ICC World Cup League 2: The round of qualifying matches for the ODI World Cup to be hosted by India at the end of this year has become very exciting. In this, now the Nepal team has presented its strong claim. Nepal has performed brilliantly in the ICC World Cup League-2.

The sixth match of the 21st round of this league was played between Nepal and UAE. The match took place in Kirtipur, Nepal itself. The match was very exciting, in which Nepal defeated the UAE team by 9 runs in the match by Duckworth-Lewis method. With this, Nepal’s team has directly qualified for the World Cup qualifiers.

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