India vs Australia U19 final LIVE: Australia's three wickets down scores cross 100 runs

India vs Australia U19 final LIVE: Australia's three wickets down, scores cross 100 runs

India vs Australia U19 final LIVE: Australia's three wickets down, scores cross 100 runs

In the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand, Australia has decided to bat first before winning the toss. With this, Rahul Dravid's 'disciple' who has not lost a single match, is playing with Australia in his title battle today. The eyes of millions of Indian cricket lovers are engaged in this match. Let us know that the match is being played in Mount Mugouni (Bay Oval). The eyes of the Indian team in the finals are tied to making history by winning the fourth title. India and Australia are the two most successful teams in the history of the tournament, who have won the title thrice three.India won the Junior World Cup under the leadership of Mohammed Kaif (2002), Virat Kohli (2008) and Unmukt Chand (2012). After the over, Australia's score was 104 off three wickets. Max Bryant (14), Jacques Edwards (28) and Jason Sigh (13) are the batsmen to get out. Jonathan Marlow 20 and Param Uppal are on 23rd in the crease.

The first over of the innings was thrown by Shivam Mavi, who made one run in the form of wide open. In the second over of the innings, Bryant scored a concierge to Ishaar Porrell. In the fifth over of the innings, Jacques Edwards scored three fours to Shivam Mavi. Over 12.6: He is Caught. On the first ball of the sixth over of the innings, Ishaan Porrell returned the Max Bryant (14) to Pavilion after catching Abhishek Sharma. Edwards scored two fours in the seventh over of the innings to Mavi. This over was expensive and scored 11 runs in it. Australia's run speed was increasing rapidly. In the 10th over of the innings, Ishaan Porrell once again came back to the relief for the Indian team. He got the fastest wicket-keeper Jacques Edwards (28, 29 balls, five fours) caught by Kamlesh Nagarkoti.

Spinner Shiva Singh was brought in for bowling in the 11th over. The fourth ball of his over, Marlowe caught by wicketkeeper Harvic Desai. In the 12th over of Australia's captain Jason Sanghah (13), fast bowler Kamlesh Nagarkoti returned the pavilion. Kamlesh took this wicket on the fourth ball of his first over. Caught by wicketkeeper Harvic Desai Australia's third wicket dropped on a score of 59. After this Marlow and Uppal made the score close to 100 runs. Australia's 100 runs were completed in 22nd over. Marlow and Uppal completed the 50-run partnership soon.

Wickets Fall: 32-1 (Bryant, 5.1), 52-2 (Edwards, 9.6), 59-3 (Sango, 11.4)

India reached the knockout round by winning all three league matches. After this, India made the final in the quarter-finals by washing Bangladesh and then Pakistan in the semi-final. Team India Jr. has already broken into the tournament like a champion like a hungry wolf on the rivals, like a champion. Whether it is a bowler or a batsman or fielding, everyone has given a deep impression in every department and set new standards.

India: Prithvi Shaw (captain), Manjot Kalra, Shubhaman Gill, Harvic Desai, Ryan Parag, Abhishek Sharma, Sujoy Roy, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Shivam Mavi, Shiva Singh and Ishaan Porrell

Australia: Jason Sangha (Captain), Jack Edwards, Max Bryant, Jonathan Marlow, P. Uppal, Nathan McSweeny, Will Sutherland, Boxer J. Halt, Jack Evans, Ryan Headley and Lloyd Pope.