South Africa and Afghanistan won the ICC Under-19 World Cup but the batting of both the teams was disappointing.
England has registered its second win in the Under-19 World Cup. (ICC Photo)
ICC being played in West Indies Under-19 World Cup (ICC U-19 World Cup) in england (England Cricket Team) Has won a great victory. On January 18, in the match played at the Warner Park ground in St. Kitts, the England team defeated Canada. (Canada Cricket Team) defeated by a margin of 106 runs. Batting first, England had scored 320 runs in the stipulated 50 overs for the loss of seven wickets but Canada’s team was bundled out for 214 runs in front of this huge target. This is England’s second win in this World Cup and they are in the first place in Group A with four points with two wins from two matches. This is Canada’s second defeat in two matches. He is in third place.
A total of three matches were played in the World Cup on 18 January. Apart from England and Canada, there was also a match between South Africa and Uganda. At the same time, the teams of Afghanistan and Papua New Guinea were also face to face. South Africa and Afghanistan won both these matches.
England batsmen wreak havoc
Canada team won the toss and decided to bowl first. His decision proved to be the reverse as the young England batsmen thrashed the Canadian bowlers. Captain Tom Prest scored the most runs for England. He scored 93 runs in 93 balls with the help of 10 fours. George Bell played an innings of 57 runs in 35 balls with the help of three fours and three sixes. George Thomas faced 64 balls to score 52 runs and hit seven fours. James Sales remained unbeaten on 23 off 18 balls.
Canada’s team could not stand in front of this target and was all out in 48.1 overs. Gurnek Johal Singh scored the highest 44 runs for him. Anoop Cheema contributed 38 runs. Ethan Gibson scored 33 runs. Yasir Mahmood scored 25 runs.
Dewald’s bat hits Uganda
South Africa beat Uganda by 121 runs. His batsman Devald Brevis played an important role in this victory. He scored 104 runs off 110 balls with the help of 11 fours and one six. On the basis of his innings, South Africa could score 231 runs in 50 overs for the loss of nine wickets. None of his other batsmen could score big. Juma Miyaji and Pascal Murungi took three wickets each for Uganda.
Uganda’s batting, however, disappointed him. This entire team got piled up by scoring 110 runs in 33.4 overs. Only three batsmen of the team could reach the double figures. For that, Isaac Ategeka scored 29 runs in 72 balls. Fahad Mutagana contributed 16 and Cyrus Kakuru contributed 14 runs.
afghan bowlers amazing
In the third match, Afghanistan defeated Papua New Guinea by a huge margin of 135 runs. In this, the role of Afghanistan’s bowlers was important. Afghanistan’s batsmen were bundled out for just 200 runs in 38.2 overs. Captain Suliman Safi scored the most runs for the team. He contributed 62 runs in 76 balls with the help of nine fours. Ejaz Ahmedzai scored 45 runs. For Guinea’s team, Katenalaki Singi took four wickets in his name. Rasan Kewau took three wickets.
However, the Guinean batsmen could not get past the Afghanistan bowlers. The entire team was bundled out for just 65 runs in 20.5 overs. Only one batsman could go into the double figures. Ayu Oru scored 13 runs for the team. Izharulhaq Naveed took three wickets for 14 runs in four overs for Afghanistan. Naveed Zadran, Nangalai Khan and Noor Ahmed took two wickets each.