Sompal Kami’s Spectacular 105-Metre Six in NEP vs SA T20 WC Thriller

In a thrilling encounter at the Arnos Vale Ground in Kingstown, St Vincent, Nepal’s all-rounder Sompal Kami stole the spotlight with a breathtaking 105-metre six off South Africa’s ace pacer Anrich Nortje during the 2024 T20 World Cup match on Friday, June 14th.

Sompal Kami’s colossal 105-metre Six

The decisive moment unfolded in the 19th over of the match when Nepal found themselves needing 16 runs off the final eight deliveries. Facing Nortje’s back-of-hand slower ball, Kami astutely anticipated the delivery and positioned himself early. With precision timing and sheer power, the right-hander launched the ball high into the sky, sending it crashing onto the roof toward the square leg boundary.

This mammoth six came as a relief after Kami had faced two consecutive dot balls earlier in the same over, showcasing his resilience under pressure. The shot dramatically shifted the momentum in favor of Nepal, setting up a tantalizing finale to the match.

Despite Kami’s heroics, Nepal couldn’t cross the finish line in the subsequent (final) over, falling agonizingly short of the target. Nevertheless, Kami’s display of skill and composure under pressure underscored Nepal’s competitive spirit in the global cricketing arena.

The incident not only exemplified Kami’s prowess with the bat but also highlighted Nepal’s growing stature in international cricket, leaving fans and pundits alike marveling at the spectacle witnessed during this enthralling T20 World Cup clash.

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