Player of the U-19 World Cup, Yashasvi Jaiswal, says practising on astro-turf pitches before the tournament helped him excel on the bouncy tracks in South Africa.
ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup 2020: Ravi Bishnoi, Atharva Ankolekar star in India's win over New Zealand, set to meet Australia in QF
Left-arm spinner Atharva Ankolekar showed big heart while leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi was all guile in India's 44-run win against New Zealand as they set-up a quarter-final date with Australia in the ICC U-19 World Cup
ICC U-19 World Cup 2020: Pakistan head coach Ejaz Ahmed confident of beating India, says his team has more passion
"India have a very good cricket system and it is organised but I know that we have more passion than them when we play against each other," Ejaz said.
Pakistan withdraw pacer Naseem Shah from U-19 World Cup squad; Mohammad Wasim Junior named replacement
Shah, who made his Test debut recently, has been replaced by Mohammad Wasim Junior from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Priyam said that his father Naresh Garg has done all the odd jobs to ensure his son's cricket career does not go off track.
ICC U-19 World Cup 2018: Exciting pace trio look to continue heroics in title clash as India target fourth title
Shivam Mavi, Kamlesh Nagarkoti and Ishan Porel have been instrumental in taking India to the U-19 World Cup final and will be hoping to continue their great form to win the trophy.
The venue of the final, Bay Oval in Mt Maunganui, Tauranga, is the first cricket stadium in the world to install LED lights instead of more commonly used metal-halide lights.
Austin Waugh and Thando Ntini are among those looking to display their potential in the upcoming ICC U-19 World Cup, a tournament that showcases future stars every two years.
The thing that nobody talks about the U-19 Cricket World Cup is that for every Yuvraj Singh there was a Reetinder Singh Sodh and for every Virat Kohli there is a Taruwar Kohli.
Host Bangladesh gave the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 a momentous start with a 43-run victory over defending champion South Africa in the opening Group A match
Unmukt will be leaving for Bangalore on 3 September as their will be a short camp at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) before the India 'A' team leaves for New Zealand.
Triumphant team skipper Unmukt Chand, who slammed a match-winning unbeaten century in the summit clash against Australia, was the first to come out of the Shivaji Chhatrapati International airport terminal, holding aloft the trophy.
Ganguly lauded skipper Unmukt Chand for his brave-heart innings, which scripted the win.
Defending a modest total of 209, the Indian bowlers rose to the occasion and restricted New Zealand to 200 for nine.
Their confidence at an all-time high after a narrow win over arch-rivals Pakistan in the quarterfinals, India will look to carry on the good show against New Zealand in the semifinals of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup tomorrow.