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Under-19 World Cup: Bangladesh won the tournament for the first time, beating 4-time Champion India by 3 wickets; 7th country to win the title

  • India scored 177, due to rain Bangladesh got the target of 170 runs in 46 overs.
  • Bangladesh scored 170 runs for 7 wickets in 42.1 overs, captain Akbar scored 43 not out.
  • Australia 3, Pakistan 2, South Africa, West Indies and England won the title 1–1 times.

Bangladesh won the ICC Under-19 World Cup for the first time. On Sunday, he defeated India by 3 wickets in the final match at Poshfestroom, South Africa, based on Duckworth Lewis rule. This is Bangladesh’s second ICC title. He has not won the ICC ODI World Cup, Champions Trophy and T20 World Cup at senior level, but won the ICC Trophy by defeating Kenya in 1997. On the other hand, the Indian team lost the final for the third time. Earlier, he was defeated by Pakistan in 2006 and West Indies in 2016.

Yashasvi Jaiswal was adjudged Man of the Series and Akbar Ali was adjudged Man of the Match. Match Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bowl. The Indian team was reduced to 177 runs in 47.2 overs. Bangladesh got a target of 170 runs to win in 46 overs based on the Duckworth Lewis rule due to rain. He scored 170 for 7 in 42.1 overs thanks to skipper Akbar Ali’s unbeaten 43.

Tanjid and Parvez add 50 runs for first wicket

Earlier, Pervez Hussain Eamon was dismissed by 47 runs. Yashasvi got caught in the hands of Akash Singh. Tanjid Hasan (17) was sent to the pavilion by Ravi Bishnoi. Tanjid shared a 50-run partnership with Parvez for the first wicket. Bishnoi bowled Mahmudul Hasan Joy (8) and Tauhid (0). Shamim Hussain scored 7 runs off Sushant Mishra. Shahadat Hussain was out for 1 run. He was stumped by Dhruv Jurel off Bishnoi. Avishak Das (5) was dismissed by Sushant Mishra.

Yashasvi missed out on scoring another century in the tournament. Earlier, Yashasvi scored the highest 88 runs for India. He could not score his second century in this tournament. Tilak Verma scored 38 and Dhruv Jurel scored 22 runs. Apart from these three, no batsman reached the double figures. Avishek Das took 3 wickets for Bangladesh. India all out after 13 innings.

Yashaswi and Tilak Verma shared a 94-run partnership

Yashasvi shared a 94-run partnership for the second wicket with Tilak Verma. He scored his fourth half-century in this tournament. Yashasvi scored 50+ runs for the fifth time in this tournament. Earlier, he had scored 105 *, 62, 57, 29 * and 59 runs in the last five matches.

Divyansh and Priyam Flop

Opener Divyansh Saxena was dismissed by 2 runs. He was caught by Mahmudul Hasan off Abhishek Das. Captain Priyam Garg returned to the pavilion after scoring 7 runs. Tilak Verma was out after scoring 38 runs. Siddhesh Veer 0, Ravi Bishnoi 2, Atharva Ankolekar 3 and Karthik Tyagi were all out for zero runs.

Scorecard India :

Runs: 177 allout,

Over: 47.2,

Extra: 11.

Wicket Fall: 9/1, 103/2, 114/3, 156/4, 156/5, 168/6, 170/7, 170/8, 172/9, 177/10.

Bowling: Shoreful Islam: 10-1-31-2, Tanjim Hasan Saqib: 8.2-2-28-2, Avishek Das: 9-0-40-3, Shamim Hussain: 6-0-36-0, Raqibul Hasan: 10-1-29-1, Touhid Hridoy: 4-0-12-0.

Scorecard Bangladesh:

Run: 170/7,

Over: 42.1,

Extra: 33.

Wicket Fall: 50/1, 62/2, 62/3, 65/4, 85/5, 102/6, 143/7. Bowling: Karthik Tyagi: 10-2-33-0, Sushant Mishra: 7-0-25-2, Akash Singh: 8-1-33-0, Ravi Bishnoi: 10-3-30-4, Atharva Ankolekar: 4.1 -0-22-0, Yashasvi Jaiswal: 3-0-15-1.

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