New Delhi [India]: India defeating Nepal by eight wickets at the Eden Garden Cricket Ground in Ajman, United Arab Emirates, made its place into the semi-finals of the fifth Blind Cricket World Cup.
After deciding to bat first, Nepal could manage to set a target of 157 for the Indian team.
For India, Prakash Jayaramiah took two wickets conceding 22 runs while Skipper Ajay Reddy, Rambir, Prem Kumar and Jafar Iqbal picked up a wicket each.
India chased down the target with much ease by losing just two wickets.
Man-of-the-match Ajay Gariya scored 54 of 29 balls. Mehender remained unbeaten on 40, while Rambir was not out on 38.
India will now play Bangladesh in the semi-finals on Wednesday at the Ajman Ovals. (ANI)