• BATSMEN
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    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    0.4 Pant tightens his technique outside off. Left alone. Oh, what do we have here? From tight to loose, in a matter of a couple of seconds. Great awareness from the WI keeper. Pant, who was already standing outside the crease, stretched forward, and drifted further out, after offering no stroke. Imlach grabs it and hits the stumps with an under-arm flick. 'Reverse mankading' as Vishal puts it. Full marks to the keeper. Sharp work 3/1
    6.1 lovely follow up. Fullish and straight, angled across, Kishan attempts a leg-side flick. He goes across the line, and can't put bat on ball. Joseph strikes the pad and the finger goes up. Trapped in front. India in early strife at 27 for 3. Did the ball pitch in line? The tracker shows that it pitched outside leg 27/3
    2.1 pace, bounce, movement. Everything good about that. Banged in short and snakes away slightly outside off, Anmolpreet spars at it, edging it behind to Imlach. The keeper hops up and snaffles it. Dolly catch 8/2
    14.5 and Sundar has plopped a catch to mid-off. Nice and full on off, stops on Sundar. He looks to drive on the up, and ends up (mis)hitting into the lap of Joseph. India four down and Joseph has played a part in every dismissal so far 41/4
    38.1 Sarfaraz goes for 51. Full, straight, innocuous ball on middle. He does not connect with his leg-side flick/swipe. Pinged on the knee-roll. It would have hit middle and leg. The bowler pats the departing batsman on the back 120/8
    17.2 and Springer strikes second ball! Springer brings out the chest-roll celebration. Clean catch? Looks so. The TV ump has been called in. The soft signal is out. Legal ball. Full on middle, Armaan gets forward to drive. He plays in the air, chipping it to the short-cover fielder at ankle height. Bring on the chest roll again! India five down and sinking in Mirpur in the title bout. Coach Rahul Dravid was off his seat as soon as the batsman found Paul 50/5
    29.1 and he finds the outside edge, first ball after the drinks break. Full and angling away from over the wicket to the left-hander. Lomror pushes outside off and gets a thin nick behind to the keeper. Extravagant celebrations and high-fives in the WI camp 87/6
    36.2 Dagar plays wide away from the body again, holes out to backward point. Short and wide outside off, cut loosely in the air. Carty flings to his left at backward point and completes a smart catch. Sarfraz isn't pleased. He is running out of partners 116/7
    45.1 Paul wraps India up for 145. Gentle full ball outside off, nicked behind to Imlach who started it all off with some clever work behind the stumps 145/10
    40 low full toss on off, that should have been dispatched. Instead, a catch is popped as short midwicket dives to his left to snap it up. Avesh is crestfallen. Subdued celebrations overall from WI 123/9
    not out
    2
    12
    0
    0
    16.66
    Extras
    23 (b 2, w 16, lb 5)
    TOTAL
    145 all out (45.1 Overs, RR: 3.21)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6s
    AS Joseph10.003933.90500
    CK Holder10.022012.00610
    RD John10.003833.80500
    SK Springer9.012412.66620
    KMA Paul6.101722.75800
    Fall of wickets:1-3 (RR Pant, 0.4 ov), 2-8 (Anmolpreet Singh, 2.1 ov), 3-27 (Ishan Kishan, 6.1 ov), 4-41 (Washington Sundar, 14.5 ov), 5-50 (Armaan Jaffer, 17.2 ov), 6-87 (MK Lomror, 29.1 ov), 7-116 (MJ Dagar, 36.2 ov), 8-120 (SN Khan, 38.1 ov), 9-123 (Avesh Khan, 39.6 ov), 10-145 (RR Batham, 45.1 ov)
  • BATSMEN
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    2.5 Avesh strikes and roars. Banged in short and moves away with the angle outside off, Pope looks to hoick it away over the leg side. He sends a thick top edge to third man. Avesh and Khaleel combine for the first scalp 5/1
    7.3 Imlach is undone by extra bounce. Short and slides away with the angle outside off, Imlach is up on his tippy toes, plopping it to short cover, off the top half of the bat, Lomror moves in, plunges forward to capture a low catch 28/2
    23 Hetmyer skips out and finds long-on. Dagar screams his lungs out. The left-arm spinner gives this more air outside off, the WI captain made decent connection, though he had aimed to hit it squarer. Hetmyer has to go 67/3
    not out
    52
    125
    2
    0
    41.60
    26.1 Springer has been removed for 3. Dagar pushes this full on off, gave this more air as well. Springer dropped to one knee for a slog sweep. He offers a skier to long-off 71/4
    29 Catch him if you can! Mayank Dagar sets off on a celebratory run. Has he broken the game open? Dangled up outside off, stops on the batsman a bit. Goolie drives it back to the bowler. He moves to his left and snaffles the return catch 77/5
    not out
    40
    68
    1
    1
    58.82
    Extras
    7 (w 6, lb 1)
    TOTAL
    146/5 (49.3 Overs, RR: 2.94)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6s
    Avesh Khan10.012912.90500
    KK Ahmed9.323213.36700
    Washington Sundar9.011802.00600
    RR Batham3.001204.00620
    MK Lomror8.002903.62700
    MJ Dagar10.012532.50901
    Fall of wickets:1-5 (GD Pope, 2.5 ov), 2-28 (TA Imlach, 7.3 ov), 3-67 (SO Hetmyer, 22.6 ov), 4-71 (SK Springer, 26.1 ov), 5-77 (JU Goolie, 28.6 ov)

Maiden title for WI U-19

1

Number of U-19 World Cup titles for WI - they reached the final in 2004, but lost to Pak. India have a 3-2 win-loss record in five finals

Consistent Sarfaraz

5

50-plus scores for Sarfaraz Khan in this World Cup, the joint highest by any batsman in an U-19 World Cup

ICC Under-19 World Cup

Group A
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BD1933006.0002.152
Nam1932104.0000.035
SAf1931202.000-0.027
Sco1930300.000-2.356
Group B
TEAMMPMWMLMDPTNRR
Pak1933006.0000.972
Sri1932104.0001.373
Afg1931202.000-0.067
Can1930300.000-2.640
Group C
TEAMMPMWMLMDPTNRR
Eng1933006.0003.260
WI1932104.0001.353
Zim1931202.000-0.037
Fij1930300.000-5.150
Group D
TEAMMPMWMLMDPTNRR
Ind1933006.0002.581
Nep1932104.0000.032
NZ1931202.000-0.810
Ire1930300.000-1.705