Nepal’s teenage legspinner Sandeep Lamichhane‘s occupation will characteristic one more milestone at the tip of Might perchance per chance perchance. The 17-one year-outdated, who played a vital role in Nepal gaining ODI declare and only within the near past became the most important Nepal player to play within the IPL, has been named within the World XI squad that will spend on West Indies at Lord’s on Might perchance per chance perchance 31, within the Typhoon Reduction T20 Subject match.
Lamichhane took thirteen wickets within the sole within the near past concluded ICC World Cup Qualifier, the place Nepal performed eighth and as a consequence earned ODI declare. He joins a crew – led by Eoin Morgan – that aspects the likes of Shahid Afridi, Hardik Pandya and Rashid Khan, who will reach together to raise funds to rebuild and restore 5 cricket venues within the Caribbean that were broken by Hurricanes Irma and Maria final one year.
“I’m privileged to were chosen to be half of the ICC World XI against the Windies. It is an honour for your total country and passionate followers of Nepal cricket, as effectively as a hallmark that we are making our mark on the international game,” Lamichhane talked about. “Practising, sharing the dressing room and playing with one of the most trendsetters who we saw on television whereas growing up is one thing I come all the blueprint thru ahead to.”
This is able to per chance even now now not, nonetheless, be Lamichhane’s debut at Lord’s. He had been half of the Nepal crew that defended 217 against MCC in 2016.
“What can I divulge about Lord’s, it is miles the home of cricket, it is a total historical past of cricket and a dream venue for any cricketer,” Lamichhane talked about. “To play there in 2016 was once a memorable occasion, which I come all the blueprint thru ahead to reliving later this month.”
In the meantime, Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan has withdrawn from the squad for private causes. His replacement hasn’t been announced.
World XI squad: Eoin Morgan (capt.), Dinesh Karthik, Mitchell McClenaghan, Hardik Pandya, Thisara Perera, Rashid Khan, Luke Ronchi, Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik, Tamim Iqbal, Sandeep Lamichhane