Assad Vala starred with bat and ball as Papua New Guinea beat Nepal in Abu Dhabi to record their first ever win in the World Cricket League Championship.
Nepal lost a wicket on the opening ball of the match, but recovered to post a competitive 232 for 8 from 50 overs.
Assad Vala was the pick of the bowlers, claiming 3 for 32 from seven overs.
He then anchored the Barramundi's run-chase with an match high 87 as PNG reached their target with two wickets and three balls to spare.
The results lifts PNG off the bottom of the World Cricket League table after three rounds, with the two teams to meet again tomorrow.