भारत बनाम बांगलादेश हाइलाइट्स U19 विश्व कप 2024: भारत ने बांगलादेश को 84 रनों से हराया। इस खेल में भारतीय टीम ने शानदार प्रदर्शन करते हुए बांगलादेश को पराजित किया। यह खेल उन सभी क्रिकेट प्रेमियों के लिए एक दिलचस्प और रोमांचक अनुभव था जो इस युवा विश्व कप का आनंद ले रहे थे। भारतीय टीम के खिलाड़ी अपनी जबरदस्त प्रदर्शन के साथ इस मुकाबले में अपनी जीत की ओर बढ़ते हुए दिखे। यह खेल भारतीय क्रिकेट के लिए गर्व का क्षण था और यह भारतीय टीम के युवा खिलाड़ियों के लिए एक महत्वपूर्ण कदम है।
In the highly anticipated U-19 World Cup match between India and Bangladesh, the defending champions showcased their dominance with a resounding victory. Left-arm spinners Saumy Kumar Pandey and Musheer Khan were the stars of the show as they led India to an 84-run win.
Despite setting a seemingly modest target of 251 runs, the Indian spin duo strangled the Bangladeshi batsmen, bowling them out for a mere 167 runs in 45.5 overs. Skipper Uday Saharan and opener Adarsh Singh played crucial roles, scoring half-centuries and laying the foundation for India’s innings.
Saumy Kumar Pandey, with figures of 4/24, displayed excellent control and variation, while Musheer Khan, with 2/35, troubled the batsmen with his flight and drift. Musheer, the younger brother of Mumbai’s Sarfaraz Khan, also showcased his agility in the field, effecting a run-out.
What stood out in this match was the professionalism displayed by Saumy and Musheer. Despite their impressive performances, they refrained from overt celebrations and carried out their duties with utmost focus.
The match was not without its fair share of tension, as players from both teams engaged in sledging. This animosity can be traced back to previous encounters between the senior men’s, senior women’s, and U-19 teams of India and Bangladesh.
For the Indian team, this victory was a sweet revenge after their loss to Bangladesh in the Asia Cup semi-final. Although the Indian batsmen struggled to find boundaries, their total was considered competitive, given the average score of teams batting first in U-19 ODIs at this ground.
Sachin Dhas, the designated finisher for the Indian team, played a crucial role in the death overs, scoring an unbeaten cameo of 26 runs off 20 balls. His pulled six off seamer Rohanat Doullah Borson was a treat to watch.
Despite allowing the Bangladeshi bowlers to bowl 26 dot balls during their innings, the Indian team managed to post a challenging total. Left-arm seamer Maruf Mridha was the pick of the Bangladeshi bowlers, taking 5/43, but his skipper’s decision to not let him complete his quota of 10 overs was questionable.
The foundation of India’s innings was laid by Adarsh Singh and skipper Uday Saharan, who added 116 runs for the third wicket. They had to battle against the Bangladesh spinners, who kept them in check throughout their partnership.
In the end, India’s total of 251/7 proved to be enough, as they restricted Bangladesh to 167 runs. With this victory, India has made a strong statement in the U-19 World Cup and will look to carry this momentum forward in the tournament.