ICC Under-19 World Cup 2018 : India Beat Australia
India Beat Australia In ICC Under -19 World Cup 2018
As the finals were between Australia and India on Saturday . India beat Australia by 8 wickets , Kalra slams a ton which helped India to win their 4 under Under-19 World Cup Title .
Manjot Kalra smash smash 101 runs in 102 balls which include 8(fours) and 3 (sixes ) . Kalra unbeaten century helped India cruise to their fourth Under-19 World Cup title victory, after the bowlers put on an impressive show in the final against Australia at the Bay Oval in Mount Manunganui on Saturday. Australia’s intention of exploiting the belter-of-a-pitch and the fact that India were yet to be tested with a big chase, did not go as per plan, as their batters – barring Jonathan Merlo – struggled to get going. The result was a sub-part total of 216 runs which India chased down with eight wickets and 11.1 overs to spare.
Among the Indian side , the Indian bowlers have done their job perfectly . As they have make the Australian team to be remain in pressure . As they have not provided any extras and their bowling were pitch to pitch , this way only the Indian bowler were able to take wickets early and constantly and they stop Australia for just 216 . It was Shiva singh , Kamlesh Nagarkoti , Ishan Porel , Anukul Roy . Who have taken 2-2 Wickets . Shivam Mavi was the one who have taken 1 wicket with an economy of 5 . In this ICC Under-19 World Cup 2018 Indian bowlers were very effective .
Kalra’s Ton Helps India In Under-19 World Cup 2018
Manjot Kalra a young talented batsman who have led India to an easy victory in the Final .
Kalra seemed comfortable against most of the bowlers that Jason Sangha threw at him. With only Will Sutherland slowing him down a touch . Who was looking to get under the skin of every Indian batsman.
Kalra became only the second Indian batsman after Unmukt Chand to score a century in the Under-19 World Cup final. Powering India to become the only side to be crowned champions four times.
Brief Scores: Australia 216 in 47.2 overs (Jonathan Merlo 76, Ishan Porel 2-30 , Shiva Singh 2-36) . Lost to India 220/2 in 38.5 overs (Manjot Kalra 101*, Harvik Desai 47; Param Uppal 1-38) by 8 wickets