Asian Cricket Council Twenty20 Cup 2011/12, is currently underway inNepal, four matches were played on December 4, 2011. The highlights of the matches with their comparative results are as follows.
Afghanistan vs. Oman
The match was played at Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur (neutral venue).
Batting – Afghanistan
117 runs, all out in 19.3 overs, Mohammad Shahzad 24, Shabir Noori 21 and Karim Sadiq 15 runs.
Bowling – Oman
Ajay Lalcheta four, Aamir Khaleem three, Awal Khan and Hemal Mehta one wicket each.
Batting – Oman
77 runs, all out in 19.4 overs, Amir Ali 19, Lalcheta 17 runs, no other batsman could reach double figures.
Bowling – Afghanistan
Hamid Hassan and Mohammad Nabi, two wickets each, Dawlat Zadran, Karim Sadiq, Nawroz Mangal, Samiullah Shenwari and Zamir Khan, one wicket each.
Result –Afghanistan won by 40 runs.
The match was played at Engineering Campus Ground, Lalitpur(neutral venue).
Batting – Bhutan
77 runs, all out in 18 overs, Tshering Dorji 13, Kumar Subba 12 and Barun Wakhley unbeaten 11 runs.
Bowling – Maldives
Moosa Kaleem, three, Mohammad Mahfooz, Ahmed Faiz and Abdullah Shahid, two wickets each, Hassan Ibrahim, one wicket.
Batting – Maldives
78 runs for the loss of one wicket in 12.1 overs, Moosa unbeaten 48 and Abdullah 19 runs.
Bowling – Bhutan
Thinley Jamtsho, one wicket.
Results –Maldives won by nine wickets.
Kuwait vs. Saudi Arabia
The match was held at Engineering Campus Ground, Lalitpur(neutral venue).
Batting – Saudi Arabia
96 runs, all out in 19.2 overs, Rizwan Qayyum unbeaten 29, Hammad Saeed and Babar Hussain, 19 runs each.
Bowling – Kuwait
Mohammad Asghar, three, Mohammad Murad, Abdullah Akhunzada and Azmatullah Nazeer, two wickets each.
Batting – Kuwait
97 runs for the loss of four wickets in 13.3 overs, Yasar Idrees 37, Mohammad Asghar 13 and Mohammad Irfan 11 runs.
Saudi Arabia – Bowling
Khawar Sohail, two and Faheem Afrad, one wicket.
Result –Kuwait won by six wickets
Nepal vs. United Arab Emirates
The match took place at Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur.
Batting – Nepal
95 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 20 overs, Mahaboob Alam 17, Subash Khakurel and Binod Bhandari, 14 runs each.
Bowling – United Arab Emirates
Ahmed Raza, three, Shadeep Silva and Rohan Mustafa, two wickets each, Khurram Khan one wicket.
Batting – United Arab Emirates
99 runs for the loss of four wickets in 18.3 overs, Shaiman Anwar 33, Abdul Rehman 19, Faizan Asif 13 runs.
Bowling – Nepal
Amrit Bhattarai, three wickets and Basanta Regmi, one wicket.
Result – United Arab Emirates won by six wickets