The USA created a new record against Nepal at an ICC Men's Cricket World Cup League 2 match in Kirtipur.
They were bundled out for only 35.
USA scored the joint-lowest total in ODIs, alongside Zimbabwe's against Sri Lanka in Harare in 2004.
The visiting side were bundled out in 12 overs after losing the toss and batting first.
Nepal now have the record for the least balls taken to bowl out an opposition team.
||Harare, April 2004
||Kirtipur, February 2020
||Paarl, February 2003
||Colombo, December 2001
||Paarl, January 2012
||Cape Town, February 1993
Star spinner Sandeep Lamichhane stuck in the second over of the game. He took 6/16 and was the destroyer in chief. X
Xavier Marshall was the only batsman to reach double digits, top-scored with 16 for the US.
In reply, it took the hosts just 5.2 overs to chase down the record total despite losing their openers.
Paras Khadka(20* off 12) and Dipendra Singh Airee(15* off 11) finished the game to hand the USA an eight-wicket defeat.