India defeated England by four wickets to win a record-extending fifth title.

In the final, India defeated England by four wickets to win a record-extending fifth title. India won the ICC U19 World Cup for the fifth time on Saturday, defeating England in the final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua.

India won the ICC U19 World Cup for the fifth time on Saturday, defeating England in the final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua. In the top encounter, the Yash Dhull-led squad defeated the Three Lions by four wickets. India had won the U19 World Cup four times previously, in 2000, 2008, 2012, and 2018.

India won the ICC U19 World Cup for the fifth time on Saturday, defeating England in the final at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua. In the top encounter, the Yash Dhull-led squad defeated the Three Lions by four wickets. India had won the U19 World Cup four times previously, in 2000, 2008, 2012, and 2018.

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IND defeated England by four wickets to win a record-extending fifth title.

India got off to the worst possible start in their chase for 190 runs as Joshua Boyden dismissed Angkrish Raghuvanshi (0) on the third ball of the innings. Harnoor Singh and Shaik Rasheed then joined forces at the crease and put on a second-wicket stand of 49 runs. As soon as India appeared to be gaining the upper hand, England roared back into the game in the 18th over, dismissing Harnoor (21), reducing India to 49/2.

India got off to the worst possible start in their chase for 190 runs as Joshua Boyden dismissed Angkrish Raghuvanshi (0) on the third ball of the innings. Harnoor Singh and Shaik Rasheed then joined forces at the crease and put on a second-wicket stand of 49 runs. As soon as India appeared to be gaining the upper hand, England roared back into the game in the 18th over, dismissing Harnoor (21), reducing India to 49/2.

Next, skipper Yash Dhull joined Rasheed in the middle, and the two batsmen put up a 46-run partnership, pushing Rasheed’s total to 50. However, as soon as he hit the milestone, he gave James Sales his wicket. Sales dismissed Dhull (17) in his following over, reducing India to 97/4 with 93 runs needed to win.

After that, Raj Bawa (35) and Nishant Sindhu (50*) ensured that India did not lose any more wickets in a row. In the end, India won the U19 World Cup for the fifth time with a four-wicket victory.

India a record-extending fifth title.

Earlier, India bowled England out for 189 in 45 overs, with Raj Bawa taking five wickets and Ravi Kumar four. England struggled in the first half of the innings before James Rew’s brave 95-run performance propelled the Three Lions above the 180-run line.

England, who chose to bat first, got off to the worst possible start as left-arm bowler Ravi Kumar took two wickets in the first four overs (Jacob Bethell and Tom Prest). As India gained control of the game, George Thomas and James Rew attempted to establish a partnership, but Raj Bawa removed the opener.

England kept losing wickets at regular intervals and was soon found reeling at 61-6 in the 17th over. Meanwhile, James Rew kept fighting hard and scored a fifty to rescue his side from the precarious position. Rew and James Sales put up a fifty-run stand to revive England’s innings. However, Rew fell five runs short of a century as Ravi Kumar removed him in the 44th over.

Rew’s wicket triggered a collapse and England lost the final two wickets to set a 190-run target for India in the final.

Brief Scores:England 189 all out (James Rew 95, James Sales 34*; Raj Bawa 5-31); India 195/6 (Shaik Rasheed 50, Nishant Sindhu 50*; Joshua Boyden 2-24).

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