Bangladesh won the U19 World Cup just because in the wake of lowering substantial top picks India in the last in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

India were unbeaten on their hurried to the last however their batting failed against Bangladesh’s pace bowlers.

They oversaw only 177 in 47.2 overs – Yashasvi Jaiswal hitting 88 to end the competition with a normal of 133.

Bangladesh drooped to 102-6 in their pursuit, however skipper Akbar Ali saw them home to start glad festivals.

That it was so close toward the end owed a lot to India’s heavenly leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi, who took 4-30 out of 10 overs – his exploited people the initial four wickets to fall as Bangladesh crumbled from 50-0 to 65-4.

After prior resigning hurt, opener Parvez Emon came back to bat in evident agony and put on 41 with his chief to consistent nerves.

A short downpour delay brought Bangladesh’s objective down to 170, and tailender Rakibul Hasan called Ali through for a solitary which fixed the memorable triumph against an India side which had beaten Pakistan by 10 wickets in the semi-last.

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“It’s a blessing from heaven,” Akbar said. “It’s everything about the difficult work we have done in the course of the most recent two years.

“I might want to praise the Indian players. They have been splendid all through this competition.

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