Pakistan Under-19 Vs India Under-19 LIVE SCORE (odi)

Pakistan Under-19 Vs India Under-19 At Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 30 January, 2018

30 January, 2018
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

272/9 (50.0 ov)

Super League SF 2

69/10 (29.3 ov)

India Under-19 beat Pakistan Under-19 by 203 runs

India Under 19 Pakistan Under 19
272/9 (50.0 ov) - R/R 5.44 69/10 (29.3 ov) - R/R 2.33

Match Ended

India Under-19 beat Pakistan Under-19 by 203 runs

This Over
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Muhammad Musa not out 11 14 1 1
Bowling 0 M R W
Current Partnership Last Wicket 69/10 (29.3)

1 (1) R/R: 1.5

Arshad Iqbal 1(4) S.R (25)

c Ishan Porel b Abhishek Sharma
Highlights, ICC U-19 World Cup 2018, India vs Pakistan, Super League semi-final, Full cricket score: Ind win by 203 runs

Highlights, ICC U-19 World Cup 2018, India vs Pakistan, Super League semi-final, Full cricket score: Ind win by 203 runs

09:42 (IST)

Another day, another win for the Indian team. Five out of five in this tournament. No team really comes close to this Indian side. They have been a formidable force in all three departments. Pakistan were blunted by Shaw and Kalra early, and after that it was the Shubman Gill show all the way. Pakistan's fielding was exposed time and again in the first innings that cost them dearly. 272 proved to be way too much and Pakistan caved in after couple of early wickets. Though Mavi might not have wickets to show, he was excellent at the start and Porel enjoyed the wickets in what was a great partnership upfront. Spinners came in and wiped out the tail.

Next match, the big final against Australia on 3 February will start at 5:30 AM, which feels much better compared to coming to office at 2:30 AM! Anyway, it was another great day for the boys in blue. Hope you enjoyed it as well. Good to have you for company, will be here for the big final, do tune in.

09:34 (IST)

One-sided wins for India

09:33 (IST)

Viru seems to be enjoying the win

09:28 (IST)

Prithvi Shaw, Indian captain: It was a good all-round performance from everyone. The plan was to look for loose balls and hit them for boundaries. Playing first-class cricket was a good experience; playing with seniors who have played for India. I would also like to thank the crowd for their support. It will be a good challenge against Australia, let's see what happens.

09:26 (IST)

Hasan Khan, Pakistan captain: The game was in balance at the halfway mark. Nothing worked for us on the field. We missed a couple of chances. Pitch was good to bat on but our batsmen didn't perform to the mark. We expected them (batsmen) to perform but unfortunately they couldn't.

09:20 (IST)

Shubman Gill is the Man of the Match for his 102*: I rank the innings pretty high. Did have nerves because it was against Pakistan. (On what he did last night) I had dinner and slept.  Pitch was not easy to bat on against the spinners.I thought 250-260 would be a good score. The credit goes to my father and brother. Nowadays it is all about adapting so I would like to play all three formats. Looking forward to it (the final against Australia).

09:14 (IST)

India beat Pakistan by 203 runs and set a final with Australia.

09:13 (IST)

ALL OUT! That's it. The final wicket is taken by Abhishek Sharma with Ishan Porel completing the catch. Iqbal looks to slog sweep it, but didn't middle it well. Porel pouches it safely at deep square leg.

Arshad Iqbal c Ishan Porel b Abhishek Sharma 1(4) 

09:11 (IST)

After 29 overs,Pakistan Under-19 69/9 ( Muhammad Musa 11 , Arshad Iqbal 1)

Arshad Iqbal is the last man in and he gets off the mark with a push to long-off. Anukul Roy has his first wicket.

09:11 (IST)

OUT! Matter of time. Saad Khan comes out of his crease and Roy slides it wide of him. He tried to reach for it but couldn't really make contact. He is stumped by Desai. Couldn't drag his back leg back in time with the batsman losing balance. 

Saad Khan st Harvik Desai b Anukul Roy 15(33)



ICC Under-19 World Cup, India vs Pakistan, latest update: Only one run off Shiva's over. India's fielding needs to appreciated here. They did put down simple chances in their first game and it seemed like the only weak link in the side, but during the course of the tournament it has improved tremendously.

Preview: India will be eager to deliver when they face arch-rivals Pakistan in the second semifinal of the ICC U-19 World Cup in Christchurch on Tuesday after some of the members of the team bagged lucrative deals at the IPL auction.

Three-time champions India have played like a thorough professional outfit, winning all four matches in emphatic fashion including the quarterfinal against Bangladesh.

For two-time winners Pakistan, it has not been smooth sailing all the way. They lost their tournament opener to Afghanistan before winning three in a row.

India captain Prithvi Shaw and Pakistan captain Hasan Khan.

India captain Prithvi Shaw and Pakistan captain Hasan Khan.

However, their last two results were narrow three wickets wins against Sri Lanka and South Africa.
Pakistan's bowling, led by left-arm pace sensation Shaheen Afridi, has done the job for the team but batting has been far from convincing.

Ali Zaryab Asif did bulk of the scoring in the middle- order, rescuing the side from tight situations twice. He hit 59 against Sri Lanka and followed it up with a 74 against South Africa in the quarterfinal.

It's time that others chip in and Indian pacers Kamlesh Nagarkoti and Shivam Mavi would look to exploit that weakness in the opposition camp.

The young Indian guns would also be high on confidence, having secured potentially life-changing deals at the IPL auction with their performances in the World Cup.

KKR paid Rs 3.2 crore and Rs 3 crore for left-arm pacer Nagarkoti and Mavi respectively while left-arm spinners Anukul Roy and Abhishek Sharma were lapped up by Mumbai Indians and Delhi Daredevils for Rs 20 lakh and Rs 55 lakh respectively.

Batting mainstays, captain Prithvi Shaw and Shubman Gill, too impressed the IPL teams with their showing in New Zealand.

Gill, who hit a match-winning 86 in the quarterfinals and is team's leading scorer with 239 runs, went to KKR for Rs 1.8 crore while Shaw was bought for Rs 1.2 crore to Mumbai Indians.

Shaw's opening partner Manjot Kalra too managed a Rs 20 lakh deal with Delhi Daredevils.

However, all these players will have put the post auction euphoria behind and focus on the job at hand.

As rightly put by coach Rahul Dravid, "auction will come every year but not the opportunity play in a World Cup".

And place in a World Cup final is at stake.

The highly-rated batsmen will have to be wary of Afridi, who has taken 11 wickets in four games at 10.21 including a six-wicket haul against Ireland.

Pakistan will be more familiar with the conditions, having played their quarterfinal at the Hagley Oval.

India had played their last game against Bangladesh in Queenstown.

After the quarterfinal, the explosive Gill had said that the team was looking forward to play Pakistan.

"We remembered our loss in the Asia Cup and so were determined to win the match (against Bangladesh). As for the Pakistan game, we are looking forward to the match since we did not play them in the Asia Cup. Were sure it will be a good match," he said.


India: Prithvi Shaw (C), Shubman Gill, Aryan Juyal, Abhishek Sharma, Arshdeep Singh, Harvik Desai, Manjot Kalra, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Pankaj Yadav, Riyan Parag, Ishan Porel, Himanshu Rana, Anukul Roy, Shivam Mavi, Shiva Singh.

Pakistan: Hasan Khan (C), Rohail Nazir , Mohammad Ali Khan, Ali Zaryab, Ammad Alam, Arshad Iqbal, Imran Shah, Mohammad Taha, Muhammad Mohsin Khan, Muhammad Musa, Muhammad Zaid, Munir Riaz, Saad Khan, Shaheen Afridi, Suleman Shafqat.

With inputs from PTI

Updated Date: January 30, 2018 09:56:52 IST

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