On September 4th, in the cricket match between India and Nepal, India won by 10 wickets. Despite Nepal’s average bowling, India performed well with Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill scoring unbeaten fifties. This win also secured India’s spot in the Asia Cup Super Four. Due to rain breaks, Nepal managed to score 230 runs after being asked to bat first. With a target of 145 runs from 23 overs, India easily reached 147 runs, with Sharma scoring 74 not out and Gill scoring 67 not out. With this win, India finished their Group A matches with three points, while Pakistan had already qualified for the Super Four with three points. When we arrived here, we already had an idea of what our World Cup team of 15 players would be, except for maybe one or two positions. “We shouldn’t analyze these two games too deeply. One of them got cancelled due to rain, but thankfully we got to bat in the first game and bowl in this one,” said Sharma, who was chosen as the best player of the match. Nepal didn’t earn any points and left the competition, but they had some noteworthy moments while batting. Aasif Sheikh, Kushal Bhurtel, and Kami batted well and made it difficult for the Indian team. Aasif Sheikh scored 58 runs off 97 balls, Kushal Bhurtel scored 38 runs off 25 balls, and Kami scored 48 runs off 55 balls. The total score for Nepal was 230 runs before all their batsmen were out. The Indian team scored 147 runs without losing any wickets in 20. 1 overs, with Rohit Sharma scoring 74 runs and Shubman Gill scoring 67 runs. Please rephrase this text using simpler words.