Nepal cricketer Rohit Paudel on Tuesday pulled out a spectacular one-handed catch at the boundary line in the Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 League 2 match against Oman. Rohit Paundel's spectacular catch came during the second ODI match of the six-match tri-series that also features the United States. Rohit Paudel running catch dismissed Oman's Jatinder Singh who gave a fiery start to his side. In fact, Jatinder Singh made a commendable 100 from just 60 balls.
Chasing a total of 196, Oman defeated Nepal by 5 wickets and won the match in just 31 overs courtesy of the brilliant century by Jatinder Singh. However, ICC praised Nepal cricketer Rohit Paudel and shared his spectacular catch on its Twitter handle.
This is fantastic , classic, incredible, unbelievable, extraordinary catch! Not ridiculous ! This term used by icc for this catch is condemnable ! This is not the right choice of word!— 𝓐𝓭𝓿𝓸𝓬𝓪𝓽𝓮✍️ (@Adv0cateme) September 15, 2021
What a catch— Pranav Kumar (@Pranavko26) September 15, 2021
Just wowwwww— Yasir karim (@yasirkarim77) September 15, 2021
Outstanding catch…bravo brother— Achyut Pd Dhungana (@PdAchyut) September 15, 2021
As per the official release, the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 is a two-and-half-year competition involving seven teams that are two steps away from the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. The participating teams are Namibia, Nepal, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America. They will play 36 ODIs each on the Road to India 2023.
At the conclusion of the 21 tri-series, totalling 126 matches, the top three teams on the standings will qualify for the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2022. The bottom four teams will drop into the Men's Cricket World Cup Qualifier Play-off 2022 – a repechage event to the Global Qualifier – and will be joined by the winner of Challenge League A and B. The top two teams from the Play-Off will keep their hopes alive of participating in India 2023.