From the most runs to the most sixes, Nepalese players dominate
Although Oman won the title of the ICC T20 World Cup qualifying cricket tournament, Nepal’s Kushal Bhurtel became the highest run scorer in the tournament. Kushal Bhurtel scored a total of 185 runs in five innings of the final stage of the Asian region qualifying tournament.
Oman’s Kashyap Prajapati was second in the list of highest run scorers. He scored a total of 165 runs in five innings of the tournament. In third place, Asin Oman batsman Jisan Maqsuz scored a total of 140 runs in three innings.
In the list of bowlers who took most wickets, Oman’s Bilal Khan was at the forefront. Bilal took a total of 11 wickets in five innings of the tournament. In the list of most wicket takers, the bowler of Oman was also on the second place. Aqib Illius of Oman took a total of 10 wickets in five innings.
Nepal’s influential spinner Sandeep Lamichhane was ranked third in the list of bowlers who took the most wickets. Sandeep took a total of nine wickets in five innings of the tournament. He also took two wickets in the final of the tournament.
Oman’s Kashyap Prajapati was declared the player of the match in the final of the tournament. He scored two fifties during the tournament. Oman’s Aqib Illius won the player of the series award. Nepali batsman Karan KC had the best ‘striker rate’ in terms of batting in the tournament. He said his strike rate was 205.88.
Hong Kong batsman Nasrullah Rana, who is second in this list, had a strike rate of 200. With the same 200 strike rate, Malaysian batsman Fitri Sam stood third. The bowler who bowls with the best ‘economy rate’ is Siraj Khan of Kuwait. His ‘economy rate’ was 5.00.
In this list, Ayan Afzal Khan of United Arab Emirates (UAE) was ranked second and Ayan Khan of Oman was ranked third. Ayan Afzal Khan’s ‘Economy Rate’ was 5.19 and Ayan Khan’s ‘Economy Rate’ was 5.33.
Likewise, Hong Kong’s Martin Coetzee stood first in the list of batsmen who scored the most runs in a single innings of the tournament. He scored 81 runs off 48 balls in the match against Kuwait played at Mulpani Cricket Ground.