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India Under-19 vs Bangladesh Under-19, Super League Final Match Summary

IND vs BAN, 2020 - ODI Summary

India Under-19 vs Bangladesh Under-19 Scorecard
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177 (47.2/50)
170/7 (42.1/46)
Bangladesh Under-19 beat India Under-19 by 3 wickets (D/L method)
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IND 177/10
Bat Top Batsmen
88 (121)
  • 8x4s
  • 1x6s
  • 72.72SR
38 (65)
  • 3x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 58.46SR
Bowl Top Bowlers
Bowler
ECON 4.44
9
OVERS
40/3
R/W
8.2
OVERS
28/2
R/W
BAN 170/7
Bat Top Batsmen
47 (79)
  • 7x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 59.49SR
43 (77)
  • 4x4s
  • 1x6s
  • 55.84SR
Bowl Top Bowlers
10
OVERS
30/4
R/W
7
OVERS
25/2
R/W
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That is all we have from the 2020 Under-19 World Cup. Bangladesh are the champions, India are the the runners-up, Pakistan are third, New Zealand fourth, West Indies 5th, Australia 6th, Afghanistan 7th and South Africa 8th. England are the Plate champions. Thank you very much for tuning in to our coverage. ADIOS! TAKE CARE!
As far as India are concerned, they will be ruing enough game time for their middle order. Could they have tweaked their batting order a little bit in any of the games and given their batsmen a bit more exposure? There is always this one dreaded game where your batting order collapses and unfortunately for them, it turned out to be the day of the final. They bowled brilliantly though, not far away from becoming the first ever team to defend its World Cup title - but it was not to be so. Plenty of positives to take from.
Akbar Ali is really happy to move away from Ian Bishop because he can now go and lift the trophy with his mates. Well played, Bangladesh, just about holding their nerves better than India. They win their first ever Under-19 World Cup and also register their 10th successive win in Youth ODIs - a record. What a game to create that record.
Victorious Bangladeshi captain, Akbar Ali, says that winning their maiden Under-19 World Cup is a dream come true, citing the hard work put in the last 18 months. Thanks the coaches and the support staff. On the grand but intimidating occasion of a World Cup final, Akbar says that his guys were very much pumped up for this game but he cautioned them to play normally. Praises the Indian team for having a superb tournament. Once again, thanks his coaches and support staff. Believes that this would be a stepping stone for a very bright future in Bangladesh cricket. Thanks the crowd for its amazing support throughout.
Smiling time! Who else? Bangladeshi lads. They cannot stop smiling. Gleefully accept their medallions.
Indian skipper, Priyam Garg, manages a smile. Admits that the day was not good for them but he is proud of the way his bowlers fought and thanks the Almighty for everything. On India's batting in the final, Garg says that toss played a crucial role as the wicket was very damp and the Bangladeshi bowlers bowled very well. Lauds his openers but believes that the middle order could have done better. Feels that 220 could have been a winning total. On any particularly different tactics while bowling, Priyam says that nothing else could have been done, his bowlers did exceptionally well but Bangladesh batted superbly. Agrees that this was a very good experience not only in this tournament but even in the series before that, in this very same country.
The Indian players are now given their medallions. They look downcast but they can be proud of themselves. It could have so easily been a one-sided game and Bangladesh could have crushed them. But the runners-up made more than a fist of it.
YASHASVI JAISWAL HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE TOURNAMENT. 400 runs across the event, at an average of 133.33 and a strike rate of 82.47. 4 half centuries and 1 century, with 3 not outs in 6 innings. Says that he really enjoyed the tournament and is happy with the experience of playing in South Africa. On playing carefully in this match, Jaiswal says that he just focussed on playing his own game. On his future prospects, Yashasvi says that he is only going to look at the process he follows regularly, in the matches that will come next.
BANGLADESH CAPTAIN, AKBAR ALI, HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE MATCH. On his batting knock, Akbar says that when he arrived at the crease, Bangladesh needed a partnership and says that the planning was simple (really?). Adds that the batsmen knew it would be a difficult chase right from the start as India would not let any team win so easily. Stresses that he just used the opportunity to spend some time in the middle and take his team home.
The presentation is about to begin. The match officials are given their medallions.
Parvez Hossain Emon is called too. Says that it is a great experience to be called as a champion team. Admits that it was tough for him to bat with all the pain but he is feeling better now.
Coach Richard Stonier now is here for some thoughts. He is extremely happy. Says that he has been looked after well by the staff and management and he is very happy for the young boys - stresses that this moment is theirs. On getting the boys ready for every game, the coach says that he JUST asks his boys to give 150 percent. Thanks his mum and dad and dedicates this moment to them.
Rakibul Hasan is down for a chat. Says that it is a great feeling. They came here to prove themselves and they did. Relishes the experience of doing so. On beating India, Hasan says that they made a plan and executed it.
It was an Avishek Das show earlier in the day as he picked up 3 wickets, while Shoriful Islam and Tanzim Hasan got 2 each. But for India, only Yashasvi Jaiswal stood out, making 88. It was his dismissal which triggered the collapse. Rain did play its part in the match. Bangladesh needed 15 runs from 9 overs when it arrived and when play resumed, the runs needed were revised to 7 from 5 overs.
Heartbreak for India. They batted poorly, losing their last 7 wickets for just 21 runs but their bowlers made more than a match of it. Ravi Bishnoi broke through the middle order, with 4 wickets and then, Sushant Mishra chipped in with 2 wickets. But crucially, for India, Kartik Tyagi and Akash Singh went wicketless while Atharva Ankolekar was not trusted enough, bowling just 4 overs. Did Priyam Garg miss a trick there?
With 76 more needed and just 4 wickets in hand, the match looked gone for Bangladesh. But Parvez Hossain Emon, who has retired hurt on 25, came back on to stitch a 41-run stand with Akbar Ali. India smelled fresh blood once Parvez was dismissed but Rakibul Hossain coming in at number 9 showed excellent composure to stay alongside Akbar and take his team home.
In any normal ODI, this would have been chased down with 8 or 7 wickets to spare and Bangladesh started their chase in fine fashion, rocketing to 50/0. But then, Ravi Bishnoi was introduced and that changed things. The leggie spun a web around the batsmen as the chasing side slipped from 50/0 to 102/6.
Phew. What was that? A nerve-filled humdinger. Bangladesh are the 2020 Under-19 World Cup champions but they made a meal of a simple run chase. Tells us how nerves play a part in a final.
42.1
1
Atharva Ankolekar To Rakibul Hasan
THAT IS THE GAME! BANGLADESH ARE THE 2020 UNDER-19 WORLD CUP CHAMPIONS! Rakibul goes for the glory shot. Hasan comes down the track and swings it over mid-wicket. The ball lands just in front of the fielder in the deep. The batsmen take a single and that will do. VICTORY BY 3 WICKETS!
Over 42 : 169/7
6 Runs
  • 141.1
  • 041.2
  • 041.3
  • 441.4
  • 041.5
  • 141.6
R. Hasan
8 (24)
A. Ali
43 (77)
S. Mishra
7-0-25-2
41.6
1
Sushant Mishra To Rakibul Hasan
THE SCORES ARE LEVEL! A length ball, around middle and leg, Hasan dabs it to the leg side, looks at his partner and calls him through!
41.5
0
Sushant Mishra To Rakibul Hasan
On a length outside off, watchfully defended.
41.4
4
Sushant Mishra To Rakibul Hasan
FOUR! That is through! 2 more to win now. Full and outside off, Rakibul leans and drives it through the covers. The field is in and the ball meets the ropes!
41.3
0
Sushant Mishra To Rakibul Hasan
Short and wide outside off, Rakibul has a slash but misses. He immediately says sorry to his partner.
41.2
0
Sushant Mishra To Rakibul Hasan
Full and around off, watchfully defended.
41.1
1
Sushant Mishra To Akbar Ali
EDGED AWAY! A length ball, outside off, Akbar looks to fend but the ball rises steeply. The ball takes the top edge but does not carry to third man. A single taken.
We have a revised target. BANGLADESH HAVE A REVISED TARGET OF 170 IN 46 OVERS. They need 7 runs in 30 balls now. Sushant Mishra is back on. 6-0-19-2 so far.
6 pm local (1600 GMT) - Well, one cover is going off! The Bangladeshi batsmen are asked to come back to the dugout from the dressing room. We should have a resumption soon. Sushant Mishra is warming up and getting his rhythm going.
More and more covers are being brought upon. The crowd is waiting anxiously to know the result. This has been one fantastic final between two champion Asian sides. The DLS par score for Bangladesh at the end of 41 overs with 7 wickets down is 147. There is a reserve day on Monday but that will not come into usage now as more than 20 overs have already been bowled in the second innings. Fingers crossed for everyone. Some want the rain to stop. Some want the rain to continue. A real pain for rain. Whom should it listen to? Stay tuned for updates.
Oh dear... the heavens have opened up. It was drizzling since quite a while but it has gotten heavier now. The umpires waited for a couple of overs and have now ushered the players in. There are a few dark clouds but there is plenty of strong breeze as well.
Over 41 : 163/7
1 Runs
  • 040.1
  • 040.2
  • 040.3
  • 140.4
  • 040.5
  • 040.6
R. Hasan
3 (19)
A. Ali
42 (76)
A. Ankolekar
4-0-21-0
40.6
0
Atharva Ankolekar To Rakibul Hasan
Full and just outside off, watchfully defended.
42 OV
6 Runs
S. Mishra to A. Ali R. Hasan
  • 141.1
  • 041.2
  • 041.3
  • 441.4
  • 041.5
  • 141.6
41 OV
1 Runs
A. Ankolekar to A. Ali R. Hasan
  • 040.1
  • 040.2
  • 040.3
  • 140.4
  • 040.5
  • 040.6
40 OV
5 Runs
Y. Jaiswal to A. Ali R. Hasan
  • 139.1
  • 139.2
  • 039.3
  • 239.4
  • 039.5
  • 139.6
39 OV
3 Runs
A. Ankolekar to A. Ali
  • 038.1
  • 238.2
  • 038.3
  • 038.4
  • 038.5
  • 138.6
38 OV
5 Runs
A. Singh to A. Ali R. Hasan
  • 037.1
  • 037.2
  • 137.3
  • 1 B37.4
  • 037.5
  • 037.6
37 OV
2 Runs
K. Tyagi to R. Hasan A. Ali
  • 036.1
  • 136.2
  • 036.3
  • 036.4
  • 136.5
  • 036.6
36 OV
4 Runs
A. Singh to R. Hasan A. Ali
  • 035.1
  • 035.2
  • 1 WD35.3
  • 035.3
  • 1 WD35.4
  • 1 WD35.4
  • 135.4
  • 035.5
  • 035.6
35 OV
0 Runs
K. Tyagi to A. Ali
  • 034.1
  • 034.2
  • 034.3
  • 034.4
  • 034.5
  • 034.6
34 OV
0 Runs
R. Bishnoi to R. Hasan
  • 033.1
  • 033.2
  • 033.3
  • 033.4
  • 033.5
  • 033.6
33 OV
0 Runs
K. Tyagi to A. Ali
  • 032.1
  • 032.2
  • 032.3
  • 032.4
  • 032.5
  • 032.6
32 OV
2 Runs
Y. Jaiswal to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 031.1
  • 131.2
  • 131.3
  • 031.4
  • 031.5
  • W31.6
31 OV
5 Runs
R. Bishnoi to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 030.1
  • 430.2
  • 030.3
  • 030.4
  • 130.5
  • 030.6
30 OV
8 Runs
Y. Jaiswal to A. Ali P. Emon
  • 129.1
  • 229.2
  • 029.3
  • 129.4
  • 029.5
  • 429.6
29 OV
0 Runs
R. Bishnoi to P. Emon
  • 028.1
  • 028.2
  • 028.3
  • 028.4
  • 028.5
  • 028.6
28 OV
2 Runs
K. Tyagi to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 027.1
  • 027.2
  • 1 WD27.3
  • 027.3
  • 127.4
  • 027.5
  • 027.6
27 OV
13 Runs
A. Singh to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 126.1
  • 126.2
  • 1 WD26.3
  • 426.3
  • 1 WD26.4
  • 026.4
  • 426.5
  • 126.6
26 OV
3 Runs
K. Tyagi to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 025.1
  • 025.2
  • 125.3
  • 025.4
  • 225.5
  • 025.6
25 OV
3 Runs
S. Mishra to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 024.1
  • 1 LB24.2
  • 024.3
  • 1 WD24.4
  • 1 WD24.4
  • 024.4
  • 024.5
  • 024.6
24 OV
5 Runs
A. Ankolekar to P. Emon A. Ali
  • 023.1
  • 023.2
  • 023.3
  • 123.4
  • 023.5
  • 423.6
23 OV
5 Runs
S. Mishra to A. Ali A. Das
  • 022.1
  • 122.2
  • 022.3
  • 422.4
  • 022.5
  • W22.6
22 OV
10 Runs
R. Bishnoi to A. Das A. Ali
  • 121.1
  • 421.2
  • 421.3
  • 121.4
  • 021.5
  • 021.6
21 OV
2 Runs
S. Mishra to S. Hossain A. Ali
  • W20.1
  • 020.2
  • 020.3
  • 1 WD20.4
  • 1 WD20.4
  • 020.4
  • 020.5
  • 020.6
20 OV
12 Runs
A. Ankolekar to S. Hossain A. Ali
  • 119.1
  • 019.2
  • 019.3
  • 5 WD19.4
  • 019.4
  • 019.5
  • 619.6
19 OV
3 Runs
R. Bishnoi to S. Hossain A. Ali
  • 118.1
  • 118.2
  • 018.3
  • 018.4
  • 018.5
  • 118.6
18 OV
4 Runs
K. Tyagi to S. Hossain
  • 017.1
  • 017.2
  • 1 WD17.3
  • 017.3
  • 217.4
  • 017.5
  • 117.6
17 OV
1 Runs
R. Bishnoi to S. Hossain S. Hossain
  • W16.1
  • 016.2
  • 016.3
  • 016.4
  • 016.5
  • 116.6
16 OV
1 Runs
A. Singh to S. Hossain A. Ali
  • 015.1
  • 015.2
  • 115.3
  • 015.4
  • 015.5
  • 015.6
15 OV
2 Runs
R. Bishnoi to T. Hridoy A. Ali
  • W14.1
  • 014.2
  • 014.3
  • 014.4
  • 014.5
  • 214.6
14 OV
0 Runs
A. Singh to S. Hossain
  • 013.1
  • 013.2
  • 013.3
  • 013.4
  • 013.5
  • 013.6
13 OV
3 Runs
R. Bishnoi to P. Emon M. Joy T. Hridoy
  • 012.1
  • 212.2
  • 112.3
  • 012.4
  • W12.5
  • 012.6
12 OV
4 Runs
S. Mishra to M. Joy
  • 011.1
  • 011.2
  • 011.3
  • 411.4
  • 011.5
  • 011.6
11 OV
0 Runs
R. Bishnoi to P. Emon
  • 010.1
  • 010.2
  • 010.3
  • 010.4
  • 010.5
  • 010.6
10 OV
5 Runs
A. Singh to P. Emon M. Joy
  • 09.1
  • 09.2
  • 19.3
  • 09.4
  • 49.5
  • 09.6
9 OV
6 Runs
R. Bishnoi to T. Hasan M. Joy
  • 08.1
  • 68.2
  • 08.3
  • 08.4
  • W8.5
  • 08.6
8 OV
5 Runs
A. Singh to T. Hasan P. Emon
  • 07.1
  • 07.2
  • 17.3
  • 07.4
  • 07.5
  • 47.6
7 OV
6 Runs
K. Tyagi to T. Hasan P. Emon
  • 1 WD6.1
  • 06.1
  • 06.2
  • 16.3
  • 06.4
  • 46.5
  • 06.6
6 OV
4 Runs
A. Singh to P. Emon
  • 05.1
  • 05.2
  • 05.3
  • 05.4
  • 45.5
  • 05.6
5 OV
2 Runs
K. Tyagi to T. Hasan P. Emon
  • 14.1
  • 04.2
  • 04.3
  • 04.4
  • 04.5
  • 14.6
4 OV
7 Runs
S. Mishra to P. Emon T. Hasan
  • 03.1
  • 1 LB3.2
  • 03.3
  • 5 NBB3.4
  • 03.4
  • 1 LB3.5
  • 03.6
3 OV
2 Runs
K. Tyagi to T. Hasan P. Emon
  • 02.1
  • 02.2
  • 1 LB2.3
  • 12.4
  • 02.5
  • 02.6
2 OV
5 Runs
S. Mishra to P. Emon
  • 01.1
  • 01.2
  • 01.3
  • 1 NB1.4
  • 01.4
  • 01.5
  • 41.6
1 OV
13 Runs
K. Tyagi to P. Emon T. Hasan
  • 1 WD0.1
  • 00.1
  • 1 WD0.2
  • 30.2
  • 40.3
  • 00.4
  • 00.5
  • 40.6
Match Info
  • Venue Senwes Park, Potchefstroom
  • Weather Sunny
  • Toss Bangladesh Under-19won the toss and elected to field
  • Result Bangladesh Under-19 beat India Under-19 by 3 wickets (D/L method)
  • Player of the Match Akbar Ali
  • Player of the Series Yashasvi Jaiswal
  • Umpire Adrian Holdstock (SA), Sam Nogajski (AUS) and Raveendra Wimalasiri (SL)
  • Referee Graeme Labrooy (SL)
Match Notes
  • Innings Break: India Under-19 177/10 in 47.2 overs
  • India Under-19 150/4 in 38.4 overs
  • India Under-19 102/1 in 28.2 overs
  • Y Jaiswal fifty: 50 runs in 89 balls (4x4) (0x6)
  • 2nd wkt Partnership: 50 off 70 balls between Y Jaiswal (32) and T Varma (16)
  • India Under-19 50/1 in 16.1 overs
  • Drinks: India Under-19 38/1 in 14.0 overs
  • Power play 1 (1-10): India Under-19 23/1
  • Bangladesh Under-19 150/7 in 37.3 overs
  • Drinks: Bangladesh Under-19 110/6 in 25.0 overs
  • Bangladesh Under-19 102/5 in 22.4 overs
  • Power play 1 (1-10): Bangladesh Under-19 55/1
  • Bangladesh Under-19 50/0 in 8.2 overs
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Match Poll

Who will win the Match

Worm
PlayerRunsAvg.
Yashasvi Jaiswal IND400133.33
Ravindu Rasantha SL28671.50
Bryce Parsons SA26544.16
Tadiwanashe Marumani ZIM25742.83
Dan Mousley ENG24180.33
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PlayerWicketsEco.
Ravi Bishnoi IND173.48
Shafiqullah Ghafari AFG162.45
Akhil Kumar CAN165.23
Tanveer Sangha AUS153.58
Dilshan Madushanka SL135.29
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