DUBAI, Feb. 3 -- Nepali cricket has been on a sticky wicket for quite some time. But not the cricketers. Nor has the support for Nepali cricket waned.

When the national team left for the United Arab Emirates for their three-match One Day International series last month, they had mixed hopes.

The opening match, however, was a disaster on January 25. With just 113 runs on the board, Nepal gave away the match to the UAE on a platter. Down 1-0, the second match, a day later, was crucial for Nepal. The team bounced back to level the series.

Two days later. January 28, 2019. It was a big day for skipper Paras Khadka and his boys.

At the sight was an opportunity to script a history-bringing home the first ever series win after the country ea...