U19 CWC Final: Yashasvi's half-century, goal of 178 runs in entrance of Bangladesh

by Jeremy Spirogis
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India have set a goal of 178 runs towards Bangladesh within the closing of the Under-19 World Cup being performed on Sunday at Senves Park in Pochefstroom, South Africa, because of the half-century of Yashasvi Jaiswal (88). In his half-century innings, 18-year-old Yashasvi hit eight fours and 1 six off 121 balls. The Indian crew collapsed for 177 runs in 47.2 overs. India misplaced their final 5 wickets inside simply 14 runs earlier than Bangladesh gained the toss and invited India to bat first.

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India's begin was not good and solely 9 runs have been added to the overall rating that opener Divyansh Saxena returned to the pavilion. <! –

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                 Divyansh scored 2 runs off 17 balls.

After the primary wicket fell, Jaiswal tried to deal with the innings with Tilak Verma. Both shared 94 runs on the second wicket and took the rating past 100 runs.

Tilak made 38 runs with the assistance of three fours in 65 balls. Wicket-keeper Dhruv Jural contributed 22 runs. After this the autumn of the wicket began and barring three batsmen, different batsmen couldn’t even contact the determine of ten.

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Captain Priyam Garg scored 7 whereas Earthv Ankolekar scored three runs. Ravi Bishnoi was runout after scoring 2 runs. Siddhesh Veer and Karthik Tyagi couldn’t even open the account, whereas Sushant Mishra scored three runs whereas Akash Singh returned unbeaten after scoring one run.

For Bangladesh, Abhishek Das took the utmost three wickets, whereas Shorful Islam and Tanjim Hasan took 2-2 wickets. Rakibul Hasan took 1–1 wickets in his identify.

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