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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Jaiswal, Ali, Bishnoi named U19 Cricket World Cup Team of the Tournament

ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup Team of the Tournament announced, 3 Indian & Bangali includes.





The Tigers won a rain-affected final, chasing down India’s 177 to win by three wickets by the DLS method, suitably capping off a thrilling tournament in South Africa.


The official team of the tournament features representatives from six sides and is skippered by Bangladesh captain Akbar Ali, with the likes of Ibrahim Zadran, Nyeem Young and Player of the Tournament Yashasvi Jaiswal all included.




ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup Team of the Tournament 2020 announced





ICC U19 Cricket World Cup team of the tournament 2020 (in batting order):



Ali, Shoriful lead Bangladesh to first historic U19 World Cup glory.


  India Four titles, Tiger's maiden, U19 Cricket World Cup Winners List with Winning Captains since 1988.



Yashasvi Jaiswal (India)

Indian openers’ honoured to Player of the Tournament.
With 400 runs to his name in just six innings at an astounding average of 133, he topped the scoring chart comfortably, with an incredible 114 more than closest competitor Ravindu Rasantha.


Ibrahim Zadran (Afghanistan)

He notched 240 runs in five innings at an average of 60 to help his country to a seventh-place finish, knocking 73 not out in the playoff against hosts South Africa.


Ravindu Rasantha (Sri Lanka)

Ravindu Rasantha’s total of 286 runs from six innings would likely have topped the table. A swashbuckling 102 not out off just 111 balls as Sri Lanka downed Nigeria in the Plate quarterfinals.


Mahmudul Hasan Joy (Bangladesh)

From the winning side, Mahmudal Hasan Joy scored 184 runs at an average of 46 to prove a crucial linchpin in the Tigers’ line-up.
 And his clutch century in Bangladesh’s Super League semi-final triumph over New Zealand helped to pave the way to title.


Shahadat Hossain (Bangladesh)

Shahadat Hossain boasted, With three not-outs in his six innings, his 131 runs averaged out at a staggering 131.


Nyeem Young (West Indies)

Marks his presence as future West Indies star all-rounder, making 61 with the bat to top-score in his side’s group-stage opener against Australia,
before taking five for 45 to beat England next time out – becoming the first West Indian to take a five-for and make a half-century in a U19 match.


Akbar Ali (Bangladesh)

The winning side’s captain led his nation to a maiden title, much to the joys of their travelling support in Potchefstroom.



Shafiqullah Ghafari (Afghanistan)

Sixteen wickets for the tournament left Shafiqullah Ghafari trailing just one man in the charts – more on which shortly.
But the devastating spinner takes home best award, with his six for 15 against South Africa the deadliest spell in tournament history for Afghanistan.



Ravi Bishnoi (India)

The man to top the wicket-taking charts was Indian spinner Ravi Bishnoi, whose 17 in six matches left him with a miserly average of 10.64.
Bishnoi almost dragged them to victory over Bangladesh in the final with an impressive four for 30, but failed to do so.


Kartik Tyagi (India)

Kartik Tyagi’s swing terrorised opposing batsmen throughout the tournament. He took 11 wickets at an average of 13.90 to augment what was a deadly bowling attack for India.


Jayden Seales (West Indies)

The 18-year-old claimed 10 wickets at an average of 18.30, with a spell of four for 19 a highlight against Australia as the West Indies triumphed in the groups.



Akil Kumar (Canada)

Kumar as the shining star in Canada’s team, sealed the 13th-place finish. The quick took 16 wickets at an average of 15.37, finishing with figures of six for 46 in Plate playoff victory over Japan.





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