U-19 World Cup Updates : During their record run-chase against Australia in Sunday’s U-19 World Cup final at Willowmoore Park, Team India encountered several hurdles. Hugh Weibgen and company won the World Cup in South Africa thanks to the efforts of Australian pacers, who were headed by superstar Sachin Dhas (9) and his teammates Musheer Khan (22), Arshin Kulkarni (3), captain Uday Saharan (8), and others.

Despite their valiant efforts at bat, Team India’s opener Adarsh Singh (47), and lower-order batsman Murugan Abhishek (42), could only help the reigning champions reach 174 in 43.5 overs. In the championship match, Callum Vidler claimed two wickets while Mahli Beardman and Raf MacMilllan of Australia shared six wickets between them. After defeating India by 79 runs, Australia won its fourth U-19 World Cup.

Australia had earlier recovered to post a total of 253/7 in their 50 overs after India had held them in check for the majority of the innings. Oliver Peake, who had entered the match with a previous best score of just 17 in the event, ended up undefeated on 46 off 43 to provide the final push, and Harjas Singh smashed 55 in 64 balls. In his ten overs, pacer Raj Limbani scored 3/38, while Naman Tiwari claimed two wickets for 63 runs. Each of the spinners Saumy Pandey and Musheer Khan claimed a wicket.

Hugh Weibgen of Australia won the toss and elected to bat first, giving India an early lead when Limbani removed opener Sam Konstas in his second over. After that, Weibgen and opener Harry Dixon set up a solid partnership that yielded 78 runs for the second wicket. After that, Tiwari entered the game and removed both batsmen in quick succession, allowing India to regain control. Then Harjas Singh entered the game and, with some tremendous hits, especially against the spinners, he broke out of the bad form that had dogged him throughout the competition. Before Limbani came back and dismissed Ryan Hicks for 20 off 25, he amassed the most of his runs in a 66-run partnership with him off just 68 balls for the fourth wicket.

India and Australia advanced to the championship match after two incredibly tight semifinal wins. Australia was forced to the limit by Pakistan and won by one wicket with five balls remaining, while India defeated South Africa by two wickets with seven balls remaining.

Uday Saharan’s team enjoyed a smooth run at the U19 World Cup as the reigning champions went undefeated throughout the competition before falling to Australia in the final. For the most part, the ‘Boys in Blues’ opted to bat first during the competition, scoring modestly at beginning before exploding in the last overs. They chose to field first against South Africa in the semi-final encounter, and they encountered a challenging situation as their top order fell behind of the bowling assault for Proteas.

recently crowned winners Australia defeated Pakistan in the semi-final by a dramatic 1-wicket margin. Pakistan was unable to hold off Australia, who under Weibgen’s captaincy required four runs in the final over. The U-19 championship match reminded me of the November 19 World Cup final between Australia and India from last year. Australia crushed Indian hopes on the biggest night of the competition, winning by six wickets to win the World Cup for a record-tying fifth time.

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