Nepal beat Hong Kong to qualify for ICC World Twenty20 2014

Nepal qualify for the ICC World Twenty20 2014 by beating Hong Kong by five wickets.

Nepal have booked their place in next year's ICC World Twenty20 by beating Hong Kong by five wickets.

Nepal managed to clinch their spot in the tournament by scoring a single off the last ball in the quarter-final clash in Abu Dhabi.

The Netherlands will play the United Arab Emirates for one of the final two places remaining in the competition.

Afghanistan and Ireland have already qualified for the World Twenty20.

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