Following an exciting three weeks of rivalry, Bangladesh guaranteed their first ICC U19 Cricket World Cup title with triumph over reigning victors India in the last in Potchefstroom.
The Tigers won a downpour influenced last, pursuing down India’s 177 to win by three wickets by the DLS technique, reasonably topping off an exciting competition in South Africa.
The official group of the competition highlights agents from six sides and is skippered by Bangladesh chief Akbar Ali, with the preferences of Ibrahim Zadran, Nyeem Young and Player of the Tournament Yashasvi Jaiswal all included.
An arbitration board of five chose both the group and player of the competition, with analysts Ian Bishop, Rohan Gavaskar and Natalie Germanos joined by ESPN Cricinfo journalist Sreshth Shah and ICC delegate Mary Godbeer.
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup group of the competition (in batting request):
Yashasvi Jaiswal – India
Ibrahim Zadran –Afghanistan
Ravindu Rasantha – Sri Lanka
Mahmudul Hasan Joy – Bangladesh
Shahadat Hossain – Bangladesh
Nyeem Young – West Indies
Akbar Ali – Bangladesh (WK, Captain)
Shafiqullah Ghafari – Afghanistan
Ravi Bishnoi – India
Kartik Tyagi – India
Jayden Seales – West Indies
12th man: Akil Kumar – Canada
About their exhibitions during the competition:
Yashasvi Jaiswal (India) Hardly any will scrutinize the Indian openers’ cases to Player of the Tournament praises after he assumed a vital job in driving his side right to the Final. With 400 races to his name in only six innings at an amazing normal of 133, he bested the scoring graph easily, with a mind boggling 114 more than nearest contender Ravindu Rasantha.
Ibrahim Zadran (Afghanistan) The side’s other opening spot goes to solid Afghanistan batsman Ibrahim Zadran. He scored 240 runs in five innings at a normal of 60 to push his nation to a seventh-place complete the process of, thumping 73 not out in the season finisher against has South Africa to top off their competition in style.
Ravindu Rasantha (Sri Lanka) The man who was nearest to keeping on the coattails of Jaiswal in the scoring graphs, Ravindu Rasantha’s aggregate of 286 runs from six innings would almost certainly have topped the table in most different conditions. A swashbuckling 102 not out off only 111 balls demonstrated the feature of his opposition as Sri Lanka brought down Nigeria in the Plate quarterfinals.
Mahmudul Hasan Joy (Bangladesh) The principal delegate from the triumphant side, Mahmudal Hasan Joy scored 184 runs at a normal of 46 to demonstrate a significant key part in the Tigers’ line-up. Yet, it was one innings specifically that fixed his place right now, a grasp century in Bangladesh’s Super League semi-last triumph over New Zealand assisted with preparing to brilliance.
Shahadat Hossain (Bangladesh) Euphoria’s partner Shahadat Hossain flaunted a competition finishing normal to equal just Jaiswal’s. With three not-outs in his six innings, his 131 runs arrived at the midpoint of out at an amazing 131.
Nyeem Young (West Indies) An amazing fifth-place finish for the West Indies spoke to a strong return in South Africa, and Nyeem Young the side appear to have uncovered a future star all-rounder. He underlined his certifications directly from the off, making 61 with the bat to top-score in his side’s gathering stage opener against Australia, before taking five for 45 to beat England next break – turning into the primary West Indian to take a five-for and make 50 years in a U19 coordinate.
Akbar Ali (Bangladesh) The side’s skipper drove his country to a lady title, a lot to the delights of their voyaging support in Potchefstroom. He skippered easily from behind the stumps all through, indicating deftness with the gloves to expel six batsmen all through the competition.
Shafiqullah Ghafari (Afghanistan) Sixteen wickets for the competition left Shafiqullah Ghafari trailing only one man in the diagrams – more on which in a matter of seconds. Be that as it may, the overwhelming spinner will bring home best-figures respects, with his six for 15 against South Africa the deadliest spell in competition history for Afghanistan.
Ravi Bishnoi (India)The man to top the wicket-taking outlines was Indian spinner Ravi Bishnoi, whose 17 of every six matches left him with a tightfisted normal of 10.64. Also, despite the fact that his side couldn’t make it two titles in succession, Bishnoi nearly hauled them to triumph over Bangladesh in the last with a great four for 30.
Kartik Tyagi (India) The first of the quicks in the line-up, Kartik Tyagi’s swing threatened contradicting batsmen all through the competition. He took 11 wickets at a normal of 13.90 to increase what was a fatal bowling assault for India.
Jayden Seales (West Indies) West Indian speedy Jayden Seales really had a special interest as one of the side’s best in class quick bowlers as he hopes to join a lofty convention. The 18-year-old asserted 10 wickets at a normal of 18.30, with a spell of four for 19 a feature against Australia as the West Indies triumphed in the gatherings.
Akil Kumar (Canada) Akhil Kumar was the sparkling light in Canada’s battle, as they fixed a thirteenth spot finish. The speedy took 16 wickets at a normal of 15.37, completing with figures of six for 46 in Plate season finisher triumph over Japan