In the ICC Under-19 World Cup semi-final, the Indian team won by 96-runs and will now face England for the title in the finals. With Captain Yash’s century, India beat Australia in the semi-finals. India defeated Australia by 96-runs to enter the finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup. Indian team scored 290 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 50 overs with the brilliant innings of captain Yash Dhull and Sheikh Rashid. In reply, the Australian team was bundled out for 194 runs in 41.5 overs.
The partnership of Angkrish and Harnoor Singh could not hold true
Openers Angkrish Raghuvanshi and Harnoor Singh were seen struggling to score. Raghuvanshi could only score 6-runs in 30 balls, while Harnoor Singh got out after scoring 16 runs in 28 balls, he hit 3-fours.
Wherein Indian bowler Vicky Ostwal took 3 wickets giving 42 runs. Nishant Sindhu and Ravi Kumar both took 2-2 wickets each. Kushal Tambe and Angkrish took one wicket each. After this victory now India will play its third consecutive final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup.
Sheikh Rashid missed out on scoring a century
Where the captain Yash Dhull scored a century, standing at the other end, Sheikh Rashid played a brilliant inning of 94 runs but missed the century. He played 108 balls in his innings and hit 8-fours and a six. He scored 27-runs in the last over.
Australian pacer Tom Whitney conceded 27 runs in 50 overs of the innings, Nishant Sindhu hit a four and a six in the first two balls of this over, he took one run on the third ball, while Dinesh Bana hit a six on the fourth ball and a four on the fifth ball, six on the sixth ball.
England team in final after 24 years
After defeating Afghanistan by 15-runs by the Duckworth-Lewis rule in a rain-stopped match. England made it to the finals of the ICC Under-19 ODI World Cup after 24 years. England reached the final for the only time in 1998 and became the champion. In the match played on Tuesday night, England scored 231 for 6 in 47 overs. In reply to that, the Afghan team could only score 215 runs for 9-wickets.