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Asian Games 2023 Japan vs Cambodia highlights: Kendel Fleming-led Japan is scheduled to play in the 2nd match of the Asian Games 2023 against Luqman Butt-led Cambodia.
|Match No||Asian Games 2023, 2nd match|
|Match||Cambodia vs Japan|
|Date||September 27, 2023|
|Toss||Cambodia won the toss and opt to bat|
|Venue||Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field|
|Result||Japan won by 3 wickets|
2023 Japan vs Cambodia Playing 11
Lachlan Lake, Alexander Patmore (wk), Kendel Fleming (c), Ibrahim Takahashi, Wataru Miyauchi, Reo Sakurano Thomas, Declan Suzuki, Tsuyoshi Takada, Makoto Taniyama, Kohei Kubota, Ryan Drake
Ram Sharan, Lakshit Gupta, Uday Hathinjar (wk), Etienne Beukes, Prasad Anish, Gulam Chughtai, Luqman Butt (c), Phon Bunthean, Salvin Stanly, Sharwan Godara, Te Senglong
2023 Japan vs Cambodia Scoreboard
|Cambodia||125/7 (20 ov)|
|Japan||126/7 (18.1 ov)|
2023 Japan vs Cambodia highlights
Winning the toss, Ram Sharan and Lakshit Gupta opened the innings while Sakurano Thomas opened the bowling attack. Ram Sharan Was sent out with 4 runs while Uday Hathinjar was sent out with a duck by Sakurano. Lakshit Gupta and Luqman Butt scored 24 and 17 runs respectively. Salvin Stanly and Gulan Chughtai were sent out with single-digit figures while Etienne Beukes and Sharwan Godara scored 15 and 36 runs.
Ryan Drake scalped three wickets and with Prasad Anish’s 7 runs, Cambodia scored 125 runs losing 7 wickets on 20 overs.
|Ram Sharan||st †Shirai-Patmore b Takahashi||4||6||0||0||66.66|
|Lakshit Gupta||c Taniyama b Kubota||24||33||2||0||72.72|
|Uday Hathinjar †||run out (Yamamoto-Lake/Sakurano-Thomas)||0||0||0||0||–|
|Luqman Butt (c)||b Drake||17||12||3||0||141.66|
|Salvin Stanly||b Drake||4||9||0||0||44.44|
|Gulam Murtaza||b Suzuki||2||9||0||0||22.22|
|Etienne Beukes||c Miyauchi b Drake||15||14||1||0||107.14|
|Sharwan Godara||not out||36||23||0||4||156.52|
|Anish Prasad||not out||7||15||1||0||46.66|
With the target of 126, Lachlan Lake and Alexander Patmore opened the innings while Sharwan Godara opened the bowling attack. Lachlan Lake scored 32 runs while Alexander Patmore scored 23 runs and was sent out by Sharwan Godara. With Kendal Fleming’s 35 runs helped the team in scoreboard, Ibrahim Takahashi was sent out with a duck.
Other batters struggled against Cambodia bowlers as they were dismissed at regular intervals. Sharwan Godara dismissed three wickets. By the first ball of the 19th over, Japan scored 126 runs losing all 7 wickets.
|Lachlan Yamamoto-Lake||c Salvin Stanly b Sharan||32||26||4||1||123.07|
|Shirai-Patmore †||c †Hathinjar b Godara||23||26||2||0||88.46|
|Kendel Kadowaki-Fleming (c)||c Sharan b Murtaza||35||23||2||2||152.17|
|Ibrahim Takahashi||lbw b Godara||0||1||0||0||0|
|Wataru Miyauchi||run out (Murtaza/Godara)||1||1||0||0||100|
|Reo Sakurano-Thomas||c Luqman Butt b Godara||6||12||0||0||50|
|Declan Suzuki||not out||12||8||2||0||150|
|Tsuyoshi Takada||b Sharan||3||3||0||0||100|
|Makoto Taniyama||not out||3||9||0||0||33.33|