India qualify for Super-4 stage of Asia Cup after beating Nepal by 10 wickets

On September 4th, in a place called Pallekele in Sri Lanka, something happened.
India advanced to the Super 4 stage of the Asia Cup by defeating Nepal by 10 wickets on Monday.
Both Indian openers, captain Rohit Sharma and Shubhman Gill, scored 74 and 67 runs respectively and did not get out.
India had to score 145 runs in 23 overs because it rained and the match was stopped.
India were trying to score 231 runs but had only scored 17 runs without losing any wickets in 2. 1 overs when it started raining very hard, causing the game to stop for the second time. The game began again after a two-hour break.
Earlier in the match, Nepal was batting and had scored 178 runs with 6 wickets lost in 37. 5 Then, it started raining for the first time in the middle of the match. The game continued after about one hour, and no extra turns were missed.
Opener Aasif Sheikh scored 58 runs off 97 balls, while Kushal Bhurtel made 38 runs in 25 balls. The acronym PTI means something.

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