ICC U19 World Cup: India became the world champion, Yash Dhull’s stalwarts created history, defeating England in the final

Yash Dhul’s name has been associated with captains like Mohammad Kaif, Virat Kohli, Unmukt Chand and Prithvi Shaw, who made India the Under-19 world champions.

India has won the Under-19 World Cup title for the record fifth time. (Photo: Twitter/Jay Shah)

India has become the world champion of Under-19 cricket. India’s young stars beat England in the final of ICC Under-19 World Cup (ICC U19 World Cup 2022) Has taken the title of. The team led by Yash Dhul created history, making India the world champion for the record fifth time. Indian team winning every match in the entire tournament (India U19 Team) continued this streak of victory in the final as well and defeated England by 4 wickets in the small scoring match. India has won this title after 2018. All-rounder Raj Angad Bawa was the star of Team India’s victory (Raj Angad Bawa)who first wreaked havoc with the ball and then played an important innings with the bat and won the team the title.

Without much preparation before the tournament, then recovering from the problem of corona virus infection in the middle of the tournament, Yash Dhul’s team won the distinction of becoming the best U-19 team in the world, beating every team. Not only the team, but the name of captain Yash Dhull himself has been included in the list of World Cup winning Indian captains of Mohammad Kaif, Virat Kohli, Unmukt Chand and Prithvi Shaw.

Rashid’s fifty

The foundation for India’s victory was laid by the fast bowlers, who bundled out England for just 189 runs. But reaching the goal was not so easy. In the second over of the innings, opener Angkrish Raghuvanshi was dismissed without opening the account. Then Harnoor Singh and vice-captain Sheikh Rashid took over the innings. There was a partnership of 49 runs between the two. Harnoor got out after scoring 21 runs and then came on Rashid and captain Yash Dhul.

These two batsmen, who made a double century partnership against Australia, carried the score forward. During this, Rashid scored a half-century in the second consecutive match. When the Indian team seemed to be in a strong position, then the dice turned. Within just two runs, Rashid (50) and Dhul (17) returned to the pavilion and the score was 97 for 4 wickets.

Sindhu-Bawa handled, Bana handled

England had a chance to come back in the match, while India needed a good partnership. After doing wonders in bowling, Raj Bawa also took up the responsibility with the bat. Bawa (35) along with Nishant Sindhu added 67 runs for the fifth wicket to ensure the team’s victory. On the other hand, Sindhu (50 not out) took India to the door of victory by hitting a half-century in just 54 balls. In the 48th over, wicketkeeper Dinesh Bana (13 not out) made India the world champion by hitting two consecutive sixes. By winning this style, Bana reminded him of Dhoni’s awesomeness 11 years ago. Then captain and wicketkeeper Dhoni won the World Cup by hitting a six on long on.

England breathless in front of Bawa-Ravi

Earlier, England captain Tom Prest won the toss, but his decision was overshadowed by the team itself. Ravi Kumar took wickets in the second and fourth overs. Then the balls of Raj Bawa wreaked havoc, who took 4 wickets in 4 overs to make England 61/6. Soon England also lost their seventh wicket for 91 runs. England’s innings was in danger of being reduced cheaply, but James Ryu played a great innings and brought some relief to the team. However, he missed a century and was dismissed after scoring 95 runs. Ravi and Bawa did not take long to wrap up England’s innings. Bawa took 5 wickets while Ravi took 4 wickets to end England’s innings at 189.

Also read: His coach’s son followed the path of Yuvraj Singh, created a ruckus for Team India in the U19 World Cup Final

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