Not much Nepal could do, they bowled and fielded much better than they batted but were outplayed in every department. Bangladesh themselves will feel they have room to improve before their next match tomorrow which is the Asian Games women's semi-final against Sri Lanka. We'll be reporting from Incheon from that one and the other semi between China and Pakistan, thanks for being with us today, this is Ainnur and Shahriar from the Asian Cricket Council signing off from Cricinfo for the day.

Rumana Ahmed to Anjali Chand, OUT, a spooned catch to cover ends the innings

Anjali Chand c Salma Khatun b Rumana Ahmed 0 (9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Rumana Ahmed to Anjali Chand, no run, inside edges a drive onto the boot

Yajendra (India): "I would like to see Panna Ghosh to bowl an over, so that see sets a record of bowling a full quota of overs without conceeding a single run."

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Nepal Women 2nd innings Partnerships

3S MagarSR Magar
1S MagarI Barma
9Nary ThapaS Magar
0S MagarMM Chaudhary
1S MagarRC Belbashi
3R RawalRC Belbashi
1RC BelbashiKaruna Bhandari
3S KhadkaRC Belbashi
3S KhadkaAnjali Chand
2Mamta ThapaAnjali Chand