India vs Australia U-19

India vs Australia U-19: Ind beats Aus to reach their 4th consecutive final

India vs Australia U-19:

The second semi-final (India vs Australia U-19) of the ongoing, Under-19 Cricket World Cup between India and Australia was played yesterday and the Indian beats Australian to get the place into the finals.

For the Indian team, their captain Yash Dhull scored the century in the most important match and he became only the third Indian captain to do so before him Unmukt Chand scored a century in the finals of the 2012 World Cup and Virat Kohli scored a century against West Indies in 2010.

The final of the 2022 World Cup will be the Indian team’s fourth consecutive final, as they have played final in 2016, 2018, and in 2020, although they were able to win only one time in 2018 where Prithvi Shaw led team beats the Australian team.

Now in the finals Indian team will be facing the England team on the 5th of February, and they will be eyeing to clinch the title for the fifth time, the Indian team has been part of the final on many occasions but they were able to win the title only four times.

Match Summary:

Indian captain Yash Dhull won the toss and elected to bat first, his decision didn’t prove right as the Indian team lost their two wickets on the score of 41 runs, and at one point it looked like Australia will be all over the Indian team.

But then Yash Dhull and the Shaik Rasheed come together and prevented the Indian team from a collapse, both of them added 204 runs for the third wicket and in this process, Yash Dhull bought his century. Shaik Rasheed fell six-run short of his century but they ensured that the Indian team gets to a strong total.

And they got support from Wicketkeeper Dinesh Bana who scored 20 runs off just 4 balls, which took the team India’s total to 290 runs.

Australia’s Chase:

The start of Australia’s chase wasn’t very good as they lost their opener on the score of 3, but then Corey Miller and Campbell Kellaway added 68 runs for the second wicket and took the team’s total to 71 runs.

Both of them steadied the ship for Australia but both of them failed to turn their innings into a big one Corey Miller gets out on the score of 71 runs and soon he was followed by his partner Campbell Kellaway.

Soon Australia went from 71 for 2 to 125 for 7, Lachlan Shaw was the only Australian batter who was able to score runs as he made 51 runs off 66 balls but his efforts were not enough to take his team to the winning margin.

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