Netherlands knock out Nepal to land in Super Six
The Netherlands progressed to the Super Sixes with a seven wickets victory which knocked Nepal out of the World Cup qualifying tournament in Harare on Saturday.
The Dutch win also confirms West Indies and Zimbabwe's progress into the next stage.
Nepal were put in to bat in the crunch tie by the Netherlands but folded for 167 after a middle-overs crisis initiated by Vikramjit Singh and developed by Logan van Beek.
Van Beek got Aasif Sheikh chopped on in the third over of Nepal's innings, but Kushal Bhurtel and Bhim Sharki did well to fight their way through.
Bhurtel welcomed Vikramjit with a cut that went through cover for four and a punch through mid-on for three.
But Vikramjit found his lengths to firstly dry up the runs, and then dismiss Bhurtel and Aarif Sheikh in the 15th and the 17th overs respectively.
Nepal slumped from 46 for 1 to 91 for 5, and were unable to recover.