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Nepal cricket coach wants his team to learn from Pakistan

Nepal cricket coach wants his team to learn from Pakistan

  • Nepal’s head coach, Monty Desai, sees a valuable learning opportunity for his players as they share a group with Pakistan and India in the Asia Cup 2023.
  • Desai has previously steered Nepal to their first-ever Asia Cup and ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Qualifiers.
  • Nepal is preparing rigorously for their historic Asia Cup appearance and seeks to make the most of this opportunity.

Nepal cricket team, under the guidance of head coach Monty Desai, is gearing up for a historic Asia Cup 2023 appearance, sharing a group with cricket giants Pakistan and India. Desai, originally from India, has already achieved remarkable success, securing Nepal’s maiden qualification for both the Asia Cup and the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Qualifiers.

Desai is keen on maximizing this golden opportunity for his team as they prepare for the highly anticipated Asia Cup. “Nepal qualified for the Asia Cup, it is a historic achievement,” noted Desai, praising the Pakistan Cricket Board’s efforts in providing excellent training facilities in Karachi.

Expressing his ambition for the upcoming tournament, Desai emphasized the learning experience for his players in facing formidable opponents like Pakistan and India. He acknowledged the challenge, stating, “I cannot say that we are going to win. Our players have only seen these top cricketers on television.” He also anticipated the arrival of Sandeep Lamichhane on August 28 to further strengthen the team.

Desai, an admirer of legendary cricketer Waqar Younis, expressed his desire for prominent figures from Pakistan to visit the Nepal team’s camp and share their invaluable insights with the players.

The Nepal cricket team arrived in Karachi on August 23, where they are currently training at the National Bank Stadium and participating in practice matches. Their journey will continue as they head to Multan on August 27.

Nepal, considered underdogs in the tournament, is brimming with excitement as they anticipate their first-ever appearance in the Asia Cup. Placed in Group A alongside cricket powerhouses Pakistan and India, Nepal will kick off their campaign against Pakistan on August 30 in Multan, followed by a clash with India on September 4 in Sri Lanka.

Nepal Cricket Squad for Asia Cup

  • Rohit Paudel (c)
  • Kushal Bhurtel
  • Aasif Sheikh
  • Bhim Sharki
  • Kushal Malla
  • Aarif Sheikh
  • Dipendra Singh Airee
  • Gulshan Jha
  • Sompal Kami
  • Karan KC
  • Sandeep Lamichhane
  • Lalit Rajbanshi
  • Pratish GC
  • Mousom Dhakal
  • Sundeep Jora
  • Kishore Mahato
  • Arjun Saud

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