India won their Eighth U-19 Asia Cup Title
India reaffirmed their supreme quality in the U-19 Asia Cup with a record eighth title as they beat Sri Lanka by nine wickets in a deluge hit most noteworthy point stalemate here on Friday. The Indian bowlers were all over Sri Lanka, who were gasping at 74 for seven out of 33 overs, when significant storm lashed the Dubai International Cricket Stadium and ended play for more than two hours.
It transformed into a 38-over-a-side test when play proceeded with Sri Lanka limping to 106 for nine. India were set a rethought 102-show center in 38 overs to method for DLS methodology which they showed up at rather gently in 21.3 overs with opener Angkrish Raghuvanshi scoring an unbeaten 56 off 67 balls. India’s only adversity in the resistance came against boss adversaries Pakistan who lost to Sri Lanka in the disposal adjusts.
- The opposition offered huge game chance to the Yash Dhull-drove side before the U-19 World Cup, beginning in the West Indies from January 14. Later rivalry’s driving scorer Harnoor Singh left modestly in the pursuit, Raghuvanshi played sensibly nearby Shaik Rasheed (31 not out off 49) to do what needs to be done.
- The opener, who couldn’t have an impact in the past games, filled in assurance directly following playing a backfoot punch consistently in the innings. His backfoot play was incredible against the pacers and his feet advancement against the spinners was ensured. Raghuvanshi’s innings included six cutoff points. Earlier, Sri Lanka picked to bat anyway early morning showers made conditions ideal for wrinkle bowling first up.
The Indian speed group of Rajvardhan Hangargekar and Ravi Kumar made the ball talk anyway the past was somewhat sad to not get a wicket. Left-arm pacer Ravi got the fundamental wicket of the match by wiping out Chamindu Wickramasinghe in the fourth wrapped up. The left-hander opener went for a significant hoick over mid wicket yet ended up frustrating it straight heavily influenced by Raj Bawa at third man.
Wickramasinghe’s underlying assistant Shevon Daniel endeavored to pull Bawa anyway the ball got huge on him, taking a powerless edge to wicketkeeper Aaradhya Yadav to leave Sri Lanka at 15 for two in the 11th over. India looked a far unmatched gathering. Hangargekar was the most incredible pacer in the underlying 10 overs, making extraordinary speed that hurried the hitters other than eliminating advancement off the pitch.
The Sri Lanka players completely looked loose against the Indian bowlers, be it speedy bowlers or the curve matching of Kaushal Tambe (2/23) and Vicky Ostwal (3/11). Both off-spinner Tambe and left-arm spinner Ostwal got the odd ball to turn unequivocally. Ostwal got two of each one to leave Sri Lanka in basic streams at 57 for seven. Southpaw Dunit Wellagle tried a walk clear to divide the shackles anyway ended up getting discovered in the significant. Two balls later Ranuda Somarathne missed Oswal’s arm ball on the back foot, getting him before the stumps. With India set to bowl out Sri Lanka for a sub-100 total, significant storm ended play.
In the five overs Sri Lanka had, they administered 32 runs for the insufficiency of two wickets. Hangargekar got a much justified wicket on the last wad of the innings with Raghuvasnshi taking a hopping get at the square leg cutoff to pardon Matheesha Pathirana.
India Charged 20 percent match fees for slow over rate
Andrew Pycroft of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Match Referees constrained the endorsement later India completed one over short of the genuine later time settlements were pondered. According to Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which associates with least over-rate offenses, players are fined 20% of their match costs for each over their side fails to bowl in the distributed time, the ICC said in an attestation.
Additionally, as per Article 16.11 of the ICC Men’s World Test Championship Playing Conditions, a side is rebuffed one point for each over short. Captain Virat Kohli surrendered to the offense and recognized the proposed approve, so there was no necessity for an ordinary hearing. Umpires Marais Erasmus, Adrian Holdstock, Allahudien Paleker and Bongani Jele leveled out the charge.
India overwhelmed the game by 113 runs at the SuperSport Park to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series here on Thursday.