IND U19 vs ENG U19 World Cup:
The Under-19 World Cup was won by India for the fifth time by defeating England by four wickets in the final. Earlier, Team India won the World Cup in 2000, 2008, 2012, and 2018. At the same time, in 2006, 2016, and 2020, the Indian team lost in the final. After winning the toss, England batted first and was all out for 189 runs in 44.5 overs. James Ryu was the top scorer with 95 runs. Raj Bawa took five wickets for India, while Ravi Kumar took four. In reply, India reached the target in 47.4 overs for the loss of six wickets. Nishant Sindhu scored 50 unbeaten for India. Sheikh Rashid also played a 50-run inning.
The Indian team reached the final for the eighth time in a row. The Under-19 team has never reached the final of the World Cup so many times. This was also Team India’s fourth consecutive final. The Indian team also holds the record for winning the most World Cups with five. The Australian team has won this title three times. This year’s Indian team performed well in the World Cup. From the beginning of the tournament to the end of the group stage, the team has won every game.
In the final of the Under-19 World Cup being played in Antigua, West Indies, England had set a target of 190 runs to India. Their score was reduced to 189 runs. The fast bowler’s Raj Bawa and Ravi Kumar were lethal. Ravi took four wickets and Raj took five. Kaushal Tambe also took a wicket. England’s James Ryu scored 95 runs in the highest innings. Six of England’s batsmen did not even reach double figures. The three batsmen dismissed for zero included captain Tom Prest, George Bell, and Thomas Aspinwall.
England’s start was not good after winning the toss and electing to bat. They lost seven wickets for 61 runs. George Thomas scored 27 runs, Jacob Bethel two, William Laxton four, and Rehan Ahmed 10 runs. James Ryu and Horton worked together for 30 runs after this. They were dismissed after Horton scored 10 runs. Ryu continued the innings with James Sales. The pair put on 93 runs for the eighth wicket to take England’s total past 150 runs. Ryu was out after scoring 95 runs. As a result of this, Ravi Kumar sent Aspinwal and Raj Bawa to the pavilion by Boyden, and England’s innings ended for 189 runs. Sales finished unbeaten on 34.
IND vs ENG: Ravi Kumar’s lethal bowling
The 44th over of England’s innings saw Ravi Kumar take two wickets while bowling superbly. On the first ball of this over, he sent James Ryu to the pavilion. Ryu scored 95 runs. On the fourth ball, Thomas Aspinwall was sent to the pavilion for zero. Dinesh Bana caught Espinwal for Ravi. At the end of 44 overs, England had scored 185 runs for the loss of nine wickets. Joshua Boyden is at the crease with zero runs. James Sells has 32 runs. Raj Bawa and Ravi each have four wickets. Kaushal Tambe also picked up a wicket.
IND U19 vs ENG U19 Live: India’s slow start
India scored 41 runs for the loss of one wicket after 16 overs. Vice-captains Sheikh Rashid and Harnoor Singh took over the innings after the first wicket fell for zero.
On a total score of 49 runs, India took the second blow. Harnoor Singh was dismissed after scoring 21 runs off 46 deliveries. Aspinwal caught him at the hands of wicketkeeper Alex Horton. India suffered its first blow in the form of Angkrisha Raghuvanshi on zero. The partnership between Sheikh Rashid and Harnoor went on to produce 49 runs in 103 balls.
IND vs ENG Live Score: Bawa completes 50-run partnership with a six
Nishant Sindhu and Raj Bawa took charge after four wickets fell for 97 runs. There have been more than fifty runs between the two for the fifth wicket so far
Raj Bawa out after scoring 35 runs, shared a partnership of 67 runs with Sindhu.
In the total score of 164 runs, India got the fifth blow. Raj Bawa was dismissed for 35 runs off 54 deliveries. He hit two fours and a six during his innings. As Bawa fell for four wickets at 97, he shared a 67-run stand with Nishant Sindhu for the fifth wicket.