Bangladesh Beat India by 3 Wickets to Lift Maiden U-19 World Cup 

Live updates from the India vs Bangladesh Under-19 World Cup match.

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Bit of a Bad Blood in There

The celebrations are marred as players of both the sides get into an altercation out in the middle. This is never a healthy endorsement for cricket. Especially coming from the youngsters. Apparently the batsmen said something to the fielders and it just caused a reaction. India coach Paras Mhambrey can be seen asing the players to come off the pitch as well.

This is just plain sad. So much effort put in to reach a World Cup final and then the teams indulge in an ugly spat that takes all the attention off it.

9:49 PM , 09 Feb

Bangladesh Romp Home to Victory!

After a brief halt, Bangladesh have had a revised target of 170 and they required just seven off 30 balls. Rakibul Hassan picks up a boundary against Sushant Mishra and hits the winning runs off Atharva Ankolekar as Bangladesh beat India by three wickets to lift their maiden Under-19 World Cup title.

Bangladesh: 170/7 in 42.1 overs.

9:19 PM , 09 Feb

It's Drizzling out Here!

Bangladesh are on the brink of lifting their maiden under-19 World Cup title and need just 15 runs off nine overs with three wickets in hand. However, it has started drizzling at the stadium and it will only play to the hands of Bangladesh who are ahead of the DLS par score.

Bangladesh: 163/7 in 41 overs.

9:10 PM , 09 Feb

Bangladesh Ahead on DLS

Bangladesh are taking things slowly with no unnecessary risks. They have picked up just 11 runs in the last three overs but are ahead in the DLS method as well. They do manage to bag four runs off byes off Akash Singh’s eighth over as an unpredictable bounces helps the leather saill past the wicket-keeper.

Bangladesh: 154/7 in 38 overs.

8:53 PM , 09 Feb

Triple Maiden for India

Ever since the fall of Emon’s wicket, Bangladesh batsmen are playing it extremely safe. It’s been 18 dot balls on the trot as Kartik Tyagi picks up consecutive maidens while Bishnoi endss his spell returning figures of 10-3-30-4.

Bangladesh: 143/7 in 35 overs.


Published: 09 Feb 2020, 12:13 PM IST
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