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The First team to ever score over 300 runs in T20 international matches is Nepal.

At the Asian Games, Nepal accomplished a spectacular milestone in cricket by breaking a previous T20 international cricket record. After deciding to bat first in their encounter against Mongolia, Nepal amassed an impressive total of 314-3 in their 20 overs. The previous record, 278-3, was broken by Afghanistan in a 2019 matchup with Ireland.

Teenager Kushal Malla, who batted third, put in a spectacular performance. In just 34 balls, he produced the quickest T20 international century in history.

The previous record, set in 35 balls by David Miller of South Africa, Rohit Sharma of India, and Sudesh Wickramasekara of the Czech Republic, was broken by this outstanding innings.

Left-hander Kushal Malla, who made his Nepal debut at age 15, finished his innings with an undefeated 137 runs off just 50 balls. He scored his first century in T20 international cricket, smashing an amazing 12 sixes and 8 fours.

Another outstanding performance came from Dipendra Singh Airee, who stunned the Mongolian bowlers to clinch the innings. He hit an unbeaten 52 off just 10 balls with an amazing eight sixes.

The 23-year-old broke yet another T20 world record by reaching his fifty in just nine balls. Since it is statistically impossible to reach the fifty any sooner, this record is likely to stand forever.

When Yuvraj Singh of India struck six sixes off Stuart Broad’s final over of bowling against England in 2007, it was a record-breaking effort that broke the previous record of 12 balls.

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