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Sompal Kami

Team flagNEP28 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#81 Bowler in ODI
#53 All Rounder in ODI
#91 Bowler in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Sompal Kami Recent Form

Batting

NEP vs BAN, T20I0 (2)
NEP vs SA, T20I8 (4) *
NEP vs NED, T20I0 (5)
NEP vs CAN, T204 (4)
NEP vs WI-A, T2010 (10)
NEP vs WI-A, T203 (5)
NEP vs HK, T20I12 (7)
NEP vs UAE, T20I2 (3)
NEP vs QAT, T20I0 (0) *
NEP vs NED, T20I6 (5) *
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Bowling

NEP vs BAN, T20I2-10
NEP vs SA, T20I0-6
NEP vs NED, T20I1-18
NEP vs CAN, T201-34
NEP vs WI-A, T203-16
NEP vs WI-A, T200-15
NEP vs WI-A, T201-18
NEP vs HK, T20I3-33
NEP vs UAE, T20I1-28
NEP vs HK, T20I0-23
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Sompal Kami Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI5442596026373.4021.294711----
T20I68413230040113.7311.142514----
ABU DHABI6000000.000.0000----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI5454715.1328.705/339133.59----
T20I6868617.0524.573/203020.92----
ABU DHABI66314.3838.332/120016.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Netherlands vs Nepal at Amstelveen - August 01, 2018
T20I Debut
Nepal vs Hong Kong at Chattogram - March 16, 2014

Teams played for

Nepal Winnipeg Hawks Flying Oryx

About Sompal Kami

NameSompal Kami
GenderMale
Birth2 Feb 1996
Birth PlaceGulmi
Heightna
NationalityNepalis

The leading speedster who can clock regularly over 140 kph, Sompal Kami is a professional cricketer for Nepal national team. After a string of impressive performances for Kathmandu in the U-19 National Championship, he was fast-tracked into the Nepal U-19 setup. ... continue reading

Player Bio

The leading speedster who can clock regularly over 140 kph, Sompal Kami is a professional cricketer for Nepal national team. After a string of impressive performances for Kathmandu in the U-19 National Championship, he was fast-tracked into the Nepal U-19 setup. 

Sompal’s brilliance in the U-19 squad helped him earn a national call-up in the 2014 Cricket World Qualifier. He later was selected to be part of the senior squad for the 2014 T20 World Cup and finished the coveted tournament with 4 wickets in three games. 

The 25-year-old pacer made his ODI debut in August 2018 against the Netherlands when Nepal first gained ODI status for ICC in March 2018.  Since then, he has become a regular for Nepal in the limited-overs format. Known for his economical wicket-taking spells, he has over 150 wickets in international and domestic cricket combined and would be hoping to shed some light on the upcoming generation of pacers in Nepal.

(As of September 2021)