India U19 vs Bangladesh U19 (IND vs BAN) U19 World Cup 2020 Highlights: Bangladesh scripted history on Sunday as they defeated India by three wickets to win their maiden Under-19 World Cup in Potchefstroom. After dismantling the Indian batsmen, Bangladesh skipper Akbar Ali and Parvez Emon put up a great fight back with the bat to guide their team to this historic win.
Chasing a paltry 178, Bangladesh got off to a spectacular start with the opening pair of Emon and Tanzid Hasan adding 50 runs in just 9 overs. However, Ravi Bishnoi’s introduction in the attack led to Bangladesh’s downfall, as the spinner scalped four wickets in his 10-over quota. However, his effort was not enough as a resilient 43 from 77 balls by the Bangladeshi skipper and Emon’s valuable 47-run contribution paved the way for Bangladesh’s victory.
On a slow pitch at Potchefstroom, the Indian team were bowled out for 177 in 47.2 overs. This is the first time India have been bowled out in 13 innings. After a slow start, the Indian team slowly upped the ante with half-centurion Yashasvi Jaiswal leading from the front. However, after his dismissal, India fell like nine pins losing their last seven for just 21 runs. Earlier, Bangladesh skipper Akbar Ali won the toss and elected to field first.