A sporty bundle of Bangladesh young men made history by winning their nation’s first worldwide cricket title, stunning safeguarding champions India by three wickets in the summit conflict of the ICC U-19 World Cup here on Sunday.
In a low-scoring last, Bangladesh previously gagged India to a small 177 in 47.2 overs and afterward did all around ok to score changed objective of 170 in 42.1 overs under Duckworth-Lewis strategy.
When play continued after downpour, the objective was reexamined to 170 and with seven races to win and three wickets close by, it turned into a cakewalk for the ‘Tiger Cubs’ as they scripted a brilliant part in their nation’s cricket history.
India’s cricketing fights with Bangladesh have been loaded up with asperity since 2015 World Cup quarter-last at the MCG and it had just intensified with the sort of ill-mannered conduct that a portion of the Bangladeshi players showed.
On Sunday likewise, a couple of players from the two sides almost arrived at blows toward the finish of the game and it was India mentor Paras Mhambrey, who was seen encouraging his young men to resist the urge to panic as restriction driving pacer Shoriful Islam was seen swearing interjections on camera.
And still, at the end of the day, credit ought to go Bangladesh’s 18-year-old chief Akbar Ali, who indicated nerves of steel with a patient 43 not out off 77 balls, which nullified progressively liked rival Yashasvi Jaiswal’s 88 off 121 balls.
Akbar’s cool remainder was there for anyone’s viewing pleasure as he marshaled his assets splendidly and afterward batted mindfully, seeing out India’s dangers from leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi and quick bowler Kartik Tyagi’s spells before arriving at the end goal easily.
There were two things that cost India beyond all doubt. While batting, India lost their last seven wickets for 23 runs. And afterward while shielding, the quantity of additional items (33) bowled did make a difference in the last setting of the game.
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Bangladesh’s pursuit began decisively with Parvez Hossain Emon (47 off 79 balls) and Tanzid Hasan (17) including 50 in fast time, essentially because of the previous’ great off-side play.
Be that as it may, things changed once leg-spinner Bishnoi (4/30 of every 10 overs) came into the assault and began bowling his googlies. First he got Tanzid holed out in the profound and afterward had Mahmudul Hassan Joy (8) played on with another off-base ‘un and Towhid Hridoy was likewise rapped on the cushions and Dhruv Jurel affected a savvy confusing to make it 65 for 4.
With Emon back in the cabin because of hamstring damage, it was on captain Akbar to show poise in the hour of emergency even as left-arm seamer Sushant Singh in his second and third spell got two or three wickets. At that point, it was Emon who again returned at 102 for 6 as Akbar at long last got hold of Bishnoi’s googlies as there was one trudge clear for six.
With Bishnoi not having a powerful leg-break, he was removed from the assault. Emon, in spite of hamstring issues, battled gamely before Jaiswal bowled his low maintenance leg-severs and Garg’s bet paid with the opener being trapped in the additional spread area to make it 143 for 7.
Prior, India’s batting withered under tension as an eminent Bangladesh bowling assault shot the shielding champions out for a unimportant 177 in 47.2 overs. Jaiswal (88 off 121 balls) was by and by a champion entertainer yet not for once did he seem as though ruling the Bangladesh bowling unit whose new ball bowlers Shoriful Islam (2/31 out of 10 overs) and Tanzim Hasan Shakib (2/28 in 8.2 overs) truly smothered the Indians for runs.
The third seamer Avishek Das (3/40 of every 9 overs) was the best bowler as far as figures however it was Shoriful’s first spell with channelised hostility that put the Indians on the back-foot from the beginning. Just 23 fell off the initial 10 overs and India never recuperated from the moderate beginning in spite of a calm 93-run remain among Jaiswal and NT Tilak Verma (38 off 65 balls) in 23.2 overs.
Shoriful and Shakib were not terrified of sledging the Indian batsmen as they bowled full and got the show on the road to swing ceaselessly from the left-handers. The handling was additionally deft and top-scored, making it troublesome all through the Indian innings. Once Jaiswal was out, the particular absence of match-time for other Indian batsmen was obvious as seven wickets succumbed to just 23 runs.
Jaiswal (88 off 121 balls) was once again a standout performer but not for once did he look like dominating the Bangladesh bowling unit whose new ball bowlers Shoriful Islam (2/31 in 10 overs) and Tanzim Hasan Shakib (2/28 in 8.2 overs) literally stifled the Indians for runs.
The third seamer Avishek Das (3/40 in 9 overs) was the most successful bowler in terms of figures but it was Shoriful’s first spell with channelised aggression that put the Indians on the back-foot from the onset.
Only 23 came off the first 10 overs and India never recovered from the slow start despite a sedate 93-run stand between Jaiswal and NT Tilak Verma (38 off 65 balls) in 23.2 overs.
Shoriful and Shakib were not afraid of sledging the Indian batsmen as they bowled full and got the ball to swing away from the left-handers. The fielding was also agile and top-notched, making it difficult throughout the Indian innings.