Anjali Chand of Nepal took 6 wickets in T20 without giving any runs

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  • Anjali set a record against the Maldives in South Asian Games, including a hat-trick
  • India’s best performance by India’s Deepak Chahar took 6 wickets for 7 runs against Bangladesh


Anjali Chand of Nepal set a world record of taking 6 wickets in the International T20 on Monday without giving any runs. He is the first bowler to do so. He set this record against the Maldives in the South Asian Games being held in Nepal.

In T20 Anjali Chand of Nepal set a world record of taking 6 wickets

This is the best performance of any bowler in T20. Among India’s men, Deepak Chahar holds the best bowling record. He recently took 6 wickets for 7 runs against Bangladesh. It also included a hat-trick.

Hat-trick on last 3 balls

Anjali took 6 wickets in 13 balls against the Maldives. Not a single batsman was dismissed. Not only that, he took a hat-trick from his last 3 balls. During this time she managed to break the record of Malaysian bowler Mas Alyssa. Alyssa took 6 wickets for 3 runs against China in January this year.

Maldives batsmen could not cross double figures

Not a single Maldives batsman could cross the double-digit mark. The entire team was all out for 16 runs in 10.1 overs. Two batsmen were run out. Opener Hamza Niaz scored the highest 9 runs off 11 balls. Wicketkeeper Hafsa Abdullah was the second batsman to score runs for the team. He scored 4 runs off 10 balls. Three run extras found.

Nepal won the match within one over

Apart from Anjali, Karuna Bhandari took two wickets. Nepal achieved the target of 17 runs for the win in 5 balls. Opener Kajal scored 13 runs in the most 5 balls. It consists of 3 fours. The remaining 4 runs were extra.

Nepal is competing with the Maldives, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in the 4-team tournament and the best two at the end of a round-robin stage will enter the gold medal match.

In the men’s category, India pacer Deepak Chahar holds the record for the best bowling figures 6/7 in 3.2 overs against Bangladesh in Nagpur on November 10.

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