Bangladesh U19 cricket workforce gained their maiden U19 World Cup title after beautiful defending champions India on Sunday. Opener Parvez Hossain Emon and skipper Akbar Ali rose to the event with a strong seventh wicket stand, serving to Bangladesh overcome the 170-run goal with 23 balls to spare. Opener Parvez Hossain Emon top-scored for Bangladesh with a 79-ball 47 whereas the captain and wicketkeeper Akbar Ali was not out on 43 from 77 deliveries.
The goal was revised to 170 runs after rain interrupted. Replying to India’s meager rating of 177, Bangladesh had been 163 for 7 after 41 overs when rain stopped play. At that time, Bangladesh had been 18 runs forward when it comes to the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) par rating which is 145.
Chasing a modest whole of 178 after successful the toss and opting to bowl, 1st time finalist’s Bangladesh got a strong begin by their openers with Parvez Hossain Emon and Tanzid Hasan including 50-runs for the first wicket.
The sport was removed from carried out as India’s leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi produced a magical spell to seize the wickets of Tanzid, Mahmudul Hasan, Towhid Hridoy and Shahadat Hossain in fast succession.
Bishnoi offered India with the primary breakthrough, breaking Bangladesh’s 50-run opening stand. Coming again for his third over, Bishnoi removed Mahmudul Hasan Pleasure for 17. Then he eliminated Towhid Hridoy for a duck and Shahadat Hossain (1). Bishnoi single-handedly decreased Bangladesh from a powerful 50/zero to 65 for four in a matter of simply 33 deliveries.
Captain Akbar Ali and Rakibul Hasan confirmed a variety of warning and introduced Bangladesh’s subsequent 11 runs in 6 overs.
When Bangladesh regarded set to win the match with simply 15 wanted of 54 deliveries, there was one more twist on this low-scoring title conflict as rain interrupted the match.
Earlier, India’s batting exploded below stress as an outstanding Bangladesh bowling assault bowled out the defending champions out for a paltry 177 in 47.2 overs within the last of the ICC U-19 World Cup.