Nepal women 17 for 0 (Shrestha 13*) beat Maldives women 16 (Chand 6-0, Bhandari 2-4) by ten wickets
Maldives, incidentally, were playing their first international game. Chand was making her debut too.
This was also the first time that a bowler had picked up six wickets without conceding a run in an international match. The previous record for best figures in an innings in women's T20Is was held by Malaysia's Mas Elysa, who returned 6 for 3 against China in January.
After Maldives opted to bat, they slipped to 15 for 4 at the end of the powerplay. Chand then made it 15 for 5 in the very next over when she dismissed captain Zoona Mariyam for a duck. That began her wicket-taking spree, and Maldives added just one run to their tally before they were wiped out at the start of the 11th over. Karuna Bhandari took 2 for 4 in her two overs to back up Chand, who needed only 13 balls to complete her six-wicket haul.
Barring opener Hamza Niyaz (9) and wicketkeeper Hafsaa Abdhulla (4), no other Maldives batter opened her account. Twelve of Maldives' 16 runs came via fours.
Nepal needed a mere five balls to get to the target and seal victory with ten wickets and 115 balls to spare.