Sunday, January 30, 2022

India smack to the side Bangladesh to make U19 World Cup semis


Brief Scores: Bangladesh U19 111 in 37.1 overs (SM Mehrob 30; Ravi Kumar 3-14, Vicky Ostwal 2-25) lost to India U19 117/5 in 30.5 overs (Angkrish Raghuvanshi 44, Shaik Rasheed 26; Ripon Mondol 4-31) by 5 wickets

India finished Bangladesh's expectations of winning consecutive Under-19 World Cup titles by taking the holders out in the quarterfinals, in rather convicing style to set up an elimination round date with Australia. Ravi Kumar's initial endeavors with the ball marked Bangladesh, who could limp their direction to a miserable absolute of 111. India made a dinner of that little pursue, but then moved past the line with five wickets in excess.

The thorough triumph was set up well by left-arm pacer Kumar, who got going by taking out Mahfijul Islam's off-stump with a full inswiging conveyance in the second finished. Kumar then, at that point, snuffed out the other opener - Iftakher Hossain - and the one-drop hitter Prantik Nabil, with a sprinkle of late development, to leave Bangladesh battling at 16 for 3. Kumar completed his initial spell of the day with figures of 5-1-5-3.

Aich Mollah and Ariful Islam's sluggish yet true endeavor to capture the slide went similarly as the sixteenth over, when left-arm spinner Vicky Ostwal's twofold wicket over shook Bangladesh once more. He tricked Ariful for plunge and go to get him to scratch to the attendant and two balls later, tidied up Mohammad Fahim who endeavored to play the switch hit. Bangladesh before long tumbled to 56 for 7 and were in genuine peril of wrapping up with a humiliating sub-100 all out in a knockout installation. SM Mehrob and Ashiqur Zaman added 50 resistant runs for the eighth wicket to challenge that danger, yet Bangladesh could get similarly as 111 when India wrapped up the tail.

At the point when Harnoor Singh scratched to the manager for a three-ball duck in the second finished, Bangladesh would've wanted to trigger a major breakdown and have a potential for success in the game. Be that as it may, Angkrish Raghuvanshi and Shaik Rasheed added 70 runs for the second wicket to clear out the greater part the objective before them. In about six overs in the center, medium pacer Ripon Mondol broke the stand and picked four fast wickets, yet the little objective implied India moved past the line by the 31st over effortlessly.

No comments:

Post a Comment