India Reaches U19 World Cup Final After Beating Pakistan By 10 Wickets

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India Reaches U19 World Cup Final After Beating Pakistan By 10 Wickets

In the first semi-final of the International Cricket Council (ICC) U-19 Cricket World Cup, India easily defeated Pakistan by 10 wickets to qualify for the final.

Pakistan batted first and gave a target of 173 runs to the traditional rival India, which they achieved in the 36th overs without losing any wicket. Yashaswi Jaiswal scored an unbeaten 105 and Dewanish Saxena scored 59.

Due to poor performance of the batsmen in the semi-finals played at Posifstrom, the entire team of Pakistan scored only 172 runs. Earlier, Pakistan captain Rohail Nazir won the toss and decided to bat, but the openers could not provide a good start.

Muhammad Huraira was dismissed for 4 runs. The team’s overall score at that time was only 9 runs. Newcomer Fahad Munir returned to the pavilion without opening an account.

After the opening loss, Haider Ali and captain Rohil Nazir contributed 62 runs for the third wicket and brought the team to 96, but Haider Ali left with Rohil Nazir for 56 runs on 77 balls with 9 fours. ۔

Qasim Akram scored on 9, Mohammad Harris scored 21 with a six and a boundary, but he also got caught in an attempt to play a big stroke.

Irfan Khan (3) and Abbas Afridi (2 for 2), captain Rohil Nazir (62) also returned to the pavilion, scoring 62 runs. Tahir 2 and Aamir Ali scored one, as Pakistan’s entire team was bowled out for 172 in 45.1 overs. From India, Shashnat outscored 3, Ravi Bishnoi and Karthik Tiagi took two, two each.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Rohil Nazir was leading the Pakistan team; Haider Ali, Mohammad Fahd Munir, Mohammad Abbas Afridi, Mohammad Harris, Mohammad Irfan Khan, Amir Ali Thaheem, Qasim Akram, Mohammad Harira, Aamir Khan and Tahir were the other players in the team. Hussein was involved.

The Indian team consisted of captains Priyam Garg, wicketkeeper Dhru Chand Jarrell, Yashwashi Jeswal, Tilak Verma, Sadegh Veer, Ravi Bishnoi, Aakash Singh, Karthik Tiagi, Atharva Inkulkar and Shashnat Mishra.