ICC Under-19 World Cup, 5th Match, Group D: India Under-19s v Ireland Under-19s at Dhaka, Jan 28, 2016
ICC Under-19 World Cup - 5th match, Group D
India Under-19s won by 79 runs
Played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur (neutral venue)
28 January 2016 (50-over match)
  India Under-19s innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal Ishan Kishan* c †Tucker b Little 0 2 3 0 0 0.00
0.3 gone this time. Big wicket. The captain goes. Back of a length outside off, Kishan pokes at it away from his body and gets a thick edge which is comfortably taken. Little strikes. Poor shot, feet nowhere and he pays the price. The young Irish are elated. 0/1
View dismissal RR Pant c †Tucker b Anders 6 50 22 1 0 27.27
11.5 edged and taken. Lovely catch. As soon as Anders switches that line closer to off, he reaps rich reward. Lands it on a full length outside off, Pant drives loosely yet again and this time, he edges it through. The keeper dives to his left to complete a good catch. Anders lets out a roar 46/2
View dismissal RK Bhui c Dennison b Anders 39 56 54 6 0 72.22
13.3 gone this time. The set-man Bhui is gone. The pressure of too many dot balls has yielded a wicket. Full on off, and Bhui punches a drive straight to cover. Maybe hit that too early, and the ball spooned up for an easy take. India in a bit of pressure, all of a sudden 48/3
View dismissal SN Khan st †Tucker b H Tector 74 95 70 7 0 105.71
34.1 gone. Straight after the drinks, Sarfaraz goes for a massive hoick and he misses it altogether. Yikes. Tossed up outside off, Sarfaraz's eyes light up and he dances down to try and slog down the ground. He cannot connect but the keeper can collect. Comfortably out 165/5
View dismissal Armaan Jaffer c †Tucker b G McClintock 4 12 15 0 0 26.66
16.5 another one goes. Jaffer is gone. These tight lines have resulted in yet another wicket. Fullish length outside off, Jaffer looks to drive but gets a thick outside edge which is easily accepted by the keeper. Big wicket and now India stuttering 55/4
View dismissal Washington Sundar c Dennison b Anders 62 122 71 3 0 87.32
45.2 oh, what a way to get out. Full toss on middle, Washington Sundar goes for a heave and mows it but straight to midwicket. Anders stands there in smiling disbelief. Pretty big wicket to curtail the damage in these last overs 229/7
View dismissal MK Lomror b Little 17 16 18 1 1 94.44
38.3 gone. bowled im. Lomror has to go. He plays inside the line to a length delivery, which is zoning in on off. Great delivery, and it takes the off stump to send Mahipal back. The umpires check for a no ball, and it is very close but looks like there is something behind the crease. Cannot decisively say that he has overstepped. 189/6
View dismissal Zeeshan Ansari c G McClintock b Little 36 46 36 2 0 100.00
48.5 taken this time. One-handed take. Full on middle, Ansari tries to go over cover but doesn't get all of it. It lobs up in the air towards cover where McClintock runs around and takes the catch after simply sticking out one hand 260/8
View dismissal Avesh Khan run out (Dennison) 8 17 8 0 0 100.00
49.1 from Anders, direct hit and gone. Full outside off, driven towards cover and sets off for a run. The fielder runs around, collects cleanly and hits direct at the non-strikers end to find Avesh more than a few feet short. 260/9
RR Batham not out 7 5 5 1 0 140.00
KK Ahmed not out 1 2 1 0 0 100.00
Extras (w 11, nb 3) 14
  Total (9 wickets; 50 overs) 268 (5.36 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
View wickets J Little 10 1 52 3 5.20 (2w)
0.3 to Ishan Kishan, gone this time. Big wicket. The captain goes. Back of a length outside off, Kishan pokes at it away from his body and gets a thick edge which is comfortably taken. Little strikes. Poor shot, feet nowhere and he pays the price. The young Irish are elated. 0/1
38.3 to Lomror, gone. bowled im. Lomror has to go. He plays inside the line to a length delivery, which is zoning in on off. Great delivery, and it takes the off stump to send Mahipal back. The umpires check for a no ball, and it is very close but looks like there is something behind the crease. Cannot decisively say that he has overstepped. 189/6
48.5 to Zeeshan Ansari, taken this time. One-handed take. Full on middle, Ansari tries to go over cover but doesn't get all of it. It lobs up in the air towards cover where McClintock runs around and takes the catch after simply sticking out one hand 260/8
  T Stanton 9 0 50 0 5.55 (1nb, 1w)
View wickets R Anders 10 2 35 3 3.50 (1nb)
11.5 to Pant, edged and taken. Lovely catch. As soon as Anders switches that line closer to off, he reaps rich reward. Lands it on a full length outside off, Pant drives loosely yet again and this time, he edges it through. The keeper dives to his left to complete a good catch. Anders lets out a roar 46/2
13.3 to Bhui, gone this time. The set-man Bhui is gone. The pressure of too many dot balls has yielded a wicket. Full on off, and Bhui punches a drive straight to cover. Maybe hit that too early, and the ball spooned up for an easy take. India in a bit of pressure, all of a sudden 48/3
45.2 to Washington Sundar, oh, what a way to get out. Full toss on middle, Washington Sundar goes for a heave and mows it but straight to midwicket. Anders stands there in smiling disbelief. Pretty big wicket to curtail the damage in these last overs 229/7
View wicket G McClintock 8 0 35 1 4.37 (3w)
16.5 to Armaan Jaffer, another one goes. Jaffer is gone. These tight lines have resulted in yet another wicket. Fullish length outside off, Jaffer looks to drive but gets a thick outside edge which is easily accepted by the keeper. Big wicket and now India stuttering 55/4
  V Chopra 4 0 33 0 8.25
  W McClintock 6 0 39 0 6.50 (1nb, 4w)
View wicket H Tector 3 0 24 1 8.00
34.1 to Khan, gone. Straight after the drinks, Sarfaraz goes for a massive hoick and he misses it altogether. Yikes. Tossed up outside off, Sarfaraz's eyes light up and he dances down to try and slog down the ground. He cannot connect but the keeper can collect. Comfortably out 165/5
  Ireland Under-19s innings (target: 269 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal J Tector* run out (Armaan Jaffer) 1 18 9 0 0 11.11
3.6 Ahmed to Dennison, another direct hit, this time off the under-armed throw and India are looking very confident about this. Back of a length ball was defused into the midwicket region, the call for a single was immediate but Tector is just not quick enough. Excellent fielding from Armaan Jaffer, swooped in low and flicked the ball back at the stumps all in one motion. 8/1
View dismissal S Doheny run out (Ishan Kishan) 4 10 6 1 0 66.66
2.1 Avesh Khan to J Tector, 134kph, looks to flay the ball into the covers. Just about got on top of the bounce and with the lack of timing comes an opportunity to pinch a single. Or have they? The cover fielder hits the stumps direct at the strikers' end and the third umpire is called. And Doheny's been caught short. Wild cackles of laughter from the Indian team, because they had settled into their fielding positions before realising this sharp piece of fielding from their captain Ishan Kishan has resulted in a wicket 5/1
View dismissal A Dennison c Bhui b Batham 20 49 45 3 0 44.44
14.1 phew, that was lovely from first slip! The set batsman Dennison is gone, looking for a glide to third man. Batham gets a little more bounce from just outside off stump, leaps off the outside edge and should have been pouched by the keeper Pant diving to his right. Tough chance, but he got there and could have made it easier had he pushed off his legs instead of just dived across. The ball pops out of his glove, Bhui watched it all happen and reacts quickly enough to claim the rebound, low to his right 39/3
View dismissal G McClintock c Bhui b Batham 17 50 33 1 0 51.51
16.2 second wicket in as many overs for Batham, and again it's Bhui helping him out at first slip. Looks to force the pace against a tight, back of a length delivery outside off. Thick outside edge comes at chest-height to Bhui who controls it after a little juggle 46/4
View dismissal L Tucker c Batham b Lomror 57 135 89 6 0 64.04
49.1 excellent catch running in from short fine leg. Tucker goes for the lap sweep, fails to keep it down, Batham watched it all the way, propelled himself in a dive and finishes the game off. The broadcast highlights that this is India's 11th consecutive win 189/10
View dismissal W McClintock st †Pant b Zeeshan Ansari 58 91 86 5 3 67.44
41.3 another slog sweep goes awry, and this time with McClintock playing the shot after running down the track and missing the ball completely, wicketkeeper Pant has enough time to knock the bails off. But he doesn't take any chances. Quick work. But slow work from the bowler - the lack of pace and flight does him in. McClintock has to walk back after a decent innings, could still have been better at picking singles but those slog sweeps were massive 159/5
View dismissal H Tector c Khan b Avesh Khan 3 12 13 0 0 23.07
44.3 the short ball gets him, scares him into pulling his bat to protect his body, the outside edge plops into the hands of first slip. Good, aggressive bowling from Avesh 165/6
View dismissal R Anders c Armaan Jaffer b Avesh Khan 6 8 6 1 0 100.00
46.3 easily done. Avesh has been beating batsmen for pace and bounce all day, now he dupes Anders with a slower ball. The tailender was into the drive ages before the ball arrived, pings straight up off the face of the bat and ends up in mid-off's lap. Beautiful skill. All he did was hold the ball deep in the ridge of his forefinger and thumb. So there is no change in action. 178/7
View dismissal J Little lbw b Lomror 0 4 4 0 0 0.00
47.3 pushed through on middle, Little is stuck on the crease and plays across the line with a closed face. He misses, Lomror hits the pad and goes up in appeal straight away. Plumb in front. 179/8
View dismissal T Stanton c Lomror b Batham 4 3 3 1 0 133.33
48.2 steps down the track and slices the ball, forgets the keep it down, and it sails down the throat of Lomror at deep cover. Slower ball works for the bowler this time 188/9
V Chopra not out 0 3 1 0 0 0.00
Extras (b 5, lb 5, w 9) 19
  Total (all out; 49.1 overs) 189 (3.84 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
View wickets Avesh Khan 10 1 24 2 2.40 (2w)
44.3 to H Tector, the short ball gets him, scares him into pulling his bat to protect his body, the outside edge plops into the hands of first slip. Good, aggressive bowling from Avesh 165/6
46.3 to Anders, easily done. Avesh has been beating batsmen for pace and bounce all day, now he dupes Anders with a slower ball. The tailender was into the drive ages before the ball arrived, pings straight up off the face of the bat and ends up in mid-off's lap. Beautiful skill. All he did was hold the ball deep in the ridge of his forefinger and thumb. So there is no change in action. 178/7
  KK Ahmed 9 1 36 0 4.00 (1w)
View wickets RR Batham 8 2 15 3 1.87 (1w)
14.1 to Dennison, phew, that was lovely from first slip! The set batsman Dennison is gone, looking for a glide to third man. Batham gets a little more bounce from just outside off stump, leaps off the outside edge and should have been pouched by the keeper Pant diving to his right. Tough chance, but he got there and could have made it easier had he pushed off his legs instead of just dived across. The ball pops out of his glove, Bhui watched it all happen and reacts quickly enough to claim the rebound, low to his right 39/3
16.2 to G McClintock, second wicket in as many overs for Batham, and again it's Bhui helping him out at first slip. Looks to force the pace against a tight, back of a length delivery outside off. Thick outside edge comes at chest-height to Bhui who controls it after a little juggle 46/4
48.2 to Stanton, steps down the track and slices the ball, forgets the keep it down, and it sails down the throat of Lomror at deep cover. Slower ball works for the bowler this time 188/9
View wicket Zeeshan Ansari 10 0 43 1 4.30 (2w)
41.3 to W McClintock, another slog sweep goes awry, and this time with McClintock playing the shot after running down the track and missing the ball completely, wicketkeeper Pant has enough time to knock the bails off. But he doesn't take any chances. Quick work. But slow work from the bowler - the lack of pace and flight does him in. McClintock has to walk back after a decent innings, could still have been better at picking singles but those slog sweeps were massive 159/5
View wickets MK Lomror 8.1 0 28 2 3.42 (2w)
47.3 to Little, pushed through on middle, Little is stuck on the crease and plays across the line with a closed face. He misses, Lomror hits the pad and goes up in appeal straight away. Plumb in front. 179/8
49.1 to Tucker, excellent catch running in from short fine leg. Tucker goes for the lap sweep, fails to keep it down, Batham watched it all the way, propelled himself in a dive and finishes the game off. The broadcast highlights that this is India's 11th consecutive win 189/10
  Washington Sundar 1 0 9 0 9.00
  SN Khan 3 0 24 0 8.00

Match details


Toss - Ireland Under-19s
Points - India Under-19s 2, Ireland Under-19s 0
Youth ODI debuts - Armaan Jaffer (India Under-19s); R Anders, V Chopra, A Dennison, S Doheny, J Little, G McClintock, W McClintock, T Stanton, H Tector, J Tector and L Tucker (Ireland Under-19s)
Player of the match - SN Khan (India Under-19s)
Umpires - AT Holdstock (South Africa) and RSA Palliyaguruge (Sri Lanka)
TV umpire - GO Brathwaite (West Indies)
Match referee - AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire - Masudur Rahman

Match Notes


    • India Under-19s innings
    • India Under-19s: 50 runs in 14.3 overs
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 39 runs, 1 wicket)
    • India Under-19s: 100 runs in 26.2 overs
    • SN Khan 50 runs off 54 balls (5x4s)
    • India Under-19s: 150 runs in 32.4 overs
    • India Under-19s: 200 runs in 40.3 overs
    • Washington Sundar 50 runs off 61 balls (2x4s)
    • India Under-19s: 250 runs in 47.6 overs
    • Ireland Under-19s innings
    • Ireland Under-19s: 50 runs in 18.3 overs
    • Ireland Under-19s: 100 runs in 30.6 overs
    • W McClintock: 50 runs off 78 balls (5x4s, 3x6s)
    • Ireland Under-19s: 150 runs in 39.3 overs
    • L Tucker: 50 runs off 74 balls (5x4s)
 
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