India Under-19 Vs New Zealand Under-19 LIVE SCORE (odi)

India Under-19 Vs New Zealand Under-19 At Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein, 24 January, 2020

24 January, 2020
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

115/0 (23.0 ov)

Match 20

147/10 (21.0 ov)

India Under-19 beat New Zealand Under-19 by 44 runs (D/L method)

India Under 19 New Zealand Under 19
115/0 (23.0 ov) - R/R 5 147/10 (21.0 ov) - R/R 7

Match Ended

India Under-19 beat New Zealand Under-19 by 44 runs

This Over
0(W)
0
0
1(1LB)
0
0(W)
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
William O'Rourke not out 0 3 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Kartik Tyagi 5 1 27 1
Current Partnership Last Wicket 147/10 (21)

1 (1) R/R: 1.2

David Hancock 5(8) S.R (62.5)

run out (Priyam Garg)
Highlights, India vs New Zealand, U19 World Cup 2020: India beat New Zealand by 44 runs, finish on top of Group A

Highlights, India vs New Zealand, U19 World Cup 2020: India beat New Zealand by 44 runs, finish on top of Group A

21:56 (IST)

That's all we have for tonight. Before rain intervened in the match which resulted in a 23-over game. the Kiwis made India to bat first and the openers put up a good show. India score 115 for no loss in their 23 overs and the Kiwis had to chase 192 for victory. They started the chase really well, with Rhys Mariu, Ollie White and Fergus Lellman scoring quick runs. But then, the Indian bowlers bounced back and picked important wicket to derail their opponents. Spinners Ravi Bishnoi took four wickets while Atharva Ankolekar grabbed three. 

India will now play Australia for a spot in semi-final. Hope you have enjoyed our coverage. Hope you have a good one! 

21:50 (IST)

New Zealand captain Jesse Tashkoff: "We knew it was a pretty good batting wicket. All credit to them for putting such a total on the board. I think there's a lot of positives to take from our victory against Sri Lanka."

21:50 (IST)

India captain Priyam Garg: "Very happy with today's performance and wish we continue the same in the next match as well. The guys handled the pressure reall well in this match." 

21:41 (IST)

Ravi Bishnoi is the man of the match

"It was a good surface to bowl. I kept bowling wicket to wicket and it helped. I would like to be like Shane Warne and Anil Kumble."

21:38 (IST)
wkt

RUN-OUT!

David Hancock hits to the mid-off and takes off but the fielder, Priyam Garg, smashes the stumps with his throw. David Hancock run out (Priyam Garg) 5(8). 

India win the match by 44 runs and top finish their group on top. They will now play Australia in the quarter-final. 

21:32 (IST)
wkt

YORKED!

Stumps are shattered as Kartik Tyagi removes Adithya Ashok. Terrfic delivery. Adithya Ashok b Kartik Tyagi 6(8).

21:30 (IST)

After 20 overs,New Zealand Under-19 146/8 ( Adithya Ashok 6 , David Hancock 5)

Bishnoi finishes his spell. An excellent one for his nation. He picks up four wickets, giving away 30 runs. Three overs remaining in the match. Kiwis need 46 runs for victory with two wickets in hand.

21:27 (IST)

After 19 overs,New Zealand Under-19 141/8 ( Adithya Ashok 2 , David Hancock 4)

It's just a matter of time now. Tyagi continues his spell and gives away just six runs. All the balls targetted at the stumps, but some of them ended as full-tosses. No boundaries in the over.

21:24 (IST)

After 18 overs,New Zealand Under-19 135/8 ( Adithya Ashok 1 , )

What an over from Ravi Bishnoi. Two googlies in the over and both resulted in wickets. Wheeler-Greenall then takes a big risk of playing a big shot against Bishnoi and ends up losing his wicket. Great catch by Akash Singh. India need just two more wickets to win this one.

21:22 (IST)
wkt

WHAT A CATCH!

Akash Singh runs hard from deep mid-wicket and takes a blinder. Another wicket for Ravi Bishnoi. B Wheeler-Greenall c Akash Singh b Ravi Bishnoi 13(11). 

Highlights

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India vs New Zealand, ICC U19 World Cup Group A match, Live Updates: India win the match by 44 runs and finish on top of their group. They will now play Australia in the quarter-finals.

Preview: Already through to the quarter-finals after two resounding wins on the trot, defending champions India will be keen to maintain their unbeaten run when they face New Zealand in the final Group A tie of the ICC U-19 World Cup on Friday.

India, who are atop their group with four points, had cruised to a 90-run victory over Sri Lanka in their opening encounter before outclassing debutants Japan by 10 wickets withe disciplined bowling effort. The Priyam Garg-led side will start as favourites against New Zealand on Friday.

New Zealand, on the other hand, were unlucky to share a point with Japan after their match was washed out in Potchefstroom last week. However, they managed to clinch a late winner against Sri Lanka and book a place in the last eight.

New Zealand, who had finished eighth on home soil in 2018, will be looking to follow a similar trajectory as their senior counterparts, who reached the finals of the men's World Cup last year, in this edition of the U-19 showpiece.

Having won the warm up matches against Zimbabwe and Afghanistan and the quadrangular series, the Indian team would not want to lose the rhythm at any cost.

In their previous outing, India leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi (4/5) took four wickets while pacers Kartik Tyagi (3/10) and Akash Singh (2/11) shared five scalps among themselves to help the four-time champions bundle out Japan for 41, the joint second lowest total by a team in the U-19 World Cup and joint third lowest in the U-19 cricket history.

India then completed the formalities with openers Yashasvi Jaiswal and Kumar Kushagra remaining unbeaten on 29 and 13 respectively.

The bowling performance prompted skipper Garg to heap praise on his pace unit.

"Very happy with the performance. The spinners were good, but the lines and lengths could have been better from the pacers. There's no pressure as such. We want to do well, we take every game as it comes," Garg had said after the match.

On the batting front, Jaiswal (59), Garg (56) and wicketkeeper Dhruv Jurel (52 not out) impressed with half centuries against Sri Lanka while Tilak Varma (46) and Siddhesh Veer (44 not out) also provided useful contributions.

However, the Indian team is yet to be tested against a strong opposition.

The Teams (from):

India U-19: Priyam Garg (capt), Akash Singh, Atharva Ankolekar, Shubhang Hegde, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Dhruv Jurel, Kartik Tyagi, Kumar Kushagra, Sushant Mishra,Vidyadhar Patil, Ravi Bishnoi, Shashwat Rawat, Divyaansh Saxena, Tilak Varma, Siddhesh Veer, Divyansh Joshi.

New Zealand U-19: Jesse Tashkoff (capt), Adithya Ashok, Kristian Clarke, Hayden Dickson, Joey Field, David Hancock, Simon Keene, Fergus Lellman, Nicholas Lidstone, Rhys Mariu, William O'Rourke, Ben Pomare, Quinn Sunde, Beckham Wheeler-Greenall, Ollie White.

Updated Date: January 24, 2020 21:58:58 IST

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