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    Indian youth team defeats Australia in World Cup final

    India win by 96 runs in the Under-19 World Cup semi-final against Australia. India, who batted first yesterday, were all set to score. Captain Yash Dhul and vice-captain Shaikh Rashid put on 204 for the third wicket to take India to 290/4.

    In reply, Australia were all out for 190 runs. The Kangaroos entered the tent in the 42nd over. No one shone except the show who scored 51 runs for Australia. For India, Vicky took 3 wickets and Ravi Kumar Nishant Sindhu took 2 wickets each.

    Batting first, India were 37/2 at one stage, losing Angrish Raghuvanshi (6) and Harnoor Singh (16). After that, Yash Dhul and Sheikh Rashid led India to victory. Lash scored 110 and Rashid 94 runs.

    India’s youth brigade U19 World Cup 2022 Semifinal) defeated Australia at the Coolies Cricket Ground in Antigua to make it to the final for the fourth time in a row. Batting first, the Indian team scored 290 for five wickets. After which the Australian team (India Vs Australia U19 World Cup) came out to bat and kept losing wickets at regular intervals. The dominance of the young players of India was clearly visible throughout the match. Lachlan Shaw scored the highest 51 runs for Australia. At the same time, Vicky Ostvall took over the command of the bowling of the Indian team. He showed the way to the pavilion to three big players of the Australian team. In view of the century contribution of captain Yash Dhul, he was declared the Player of the Series. Now the Indian cricket team will face England in the final match on Saturday.


    India’s Under-19 team scored 290 runs in the second semi-final of the Under-19 World Cup, thanks to captain Yash Dhul’s century and vice-captain Sheikh Rashid’s half-century. For India, Dhul scored 110 before being run out while Rashid made 94. Jack Nisbet and William Salzman took two wickets each for Australia.

    Yash played the captaincy innings and hit 110 runs in 110 balls with 10 fours and a six. He is the third Indian captain to score a century in the Under-19 World Cup. Before him, Virat Kohli scored a century against West Indies in 2008, while Unmukt Chand scored an unbeaten 111 against Australia in 2012.

    Dhul and Rashid rescued the team from the first two blows and played a key role in reaching this strong score. Both of them put on a partnership of 204 runs for the third wicket. After winning the toss and electing to bat, India lost the wicket of in-form opener Angkrish Raghuvanshi (06) for 16 runs in the eighth over. William Salzman (2 for 57) took the outside edge of Raghuvanshi’s bat to uproot his stump.

    The second opener Harnoor Singh (16) also could not last long and India got the second blow for 37 runs. Dhul and Rashid showed great restraint and led India towards a big total. During this, Dhul completed his century but Rashid missed out on 100 runs by six runs. Both of them put on a partnership of 204 runs for the third wicket that captain Dhul was run out. He got out in the 46th over. He scored the same number of runs in 110 balls with the help of 10 fours and one six.

    SCORE

    IND U19 290/5 (50)AUS U19 194 all out (41.5)

    Match Preview

    Ravi Kumar caused carnage with the ball as India played against Bangladesh Under 19 in the quarter-final. The pacer picked up three wickets to restrict the opposition to a score of 111 and help India win the clash by five wickets. Overall, the Men in Blue are undefeated in the tournament as they won all their three league matches.

    Australia Under 19 were brutal in the quarter-final as they hammered Pakistan Under 19 by a massive 119 runs. Australia posted 276 runs in their allotted 50 overs while Pakistan could score only 157 runs while batting second.
    An exciting game of cricket awaits the cricket fans as both India and Australia will be high on confidence.

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