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In Pics: India's unbeaten run snapped in U19 World Cup final as Australia claim 4th title

Published on Feb 11, 2024 09:44 PM IST
  • India's six-match unbeaten run ended in the 2024 U19 World Cup final in Benoni as Australia won by 80 runs to lift their fourth trophy
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Unbeaten Australia beat India by 79 runs in Benoni to lift their fourth U19 World Cup title. With the win, the 2024 batch joined the class of 1988, 2002, 2010. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Unbeaten Australia beat India by 79 runs in Benoni to lift their fourth U19 World Cup title. With the win, the 2024 batch joined the class of 1988, 2002, 2010. (AFP)

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Australian fast-bowling unit set-up the win against India with Mahli Beardman leading the show with his 3 for 15. Overall, the seamers picked 7 wickets at less than four runs an over. (AP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Australian fast-bowling unit set-up the win against India with Mahli Beardman leading the show with his 3 for 15. Overall, the seamers picked 7 wickets at less than four runs an over. (AP)

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Adarsh Singh (L) was India's highest scorer on the day with a 77-ball 47. Murugan Abhishek (R) put on late fight for the Boys in Blue in the presence of Naman Tiwari, adding 46 runs for the ninth wicket, India's highest in the match, but the task proved beyond his reach.(AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Adarsh Singh (L) was India's highest scorer on the day with a 77-ball 47. Murugan Abhishek (R) put on late fight for the Boys in Blue in the presence of Naman Tiwari, adding 46 runs for the ninth wicket, India's highest in the match, but the task proved beyond his reach.(AFP)

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Raf MacMillan (C), the only spinner in the Australia bowling line-up, played a key role for the eventual champions, picking three wickets for 43 runs, which included the dismissal of India's Sachin Dhas. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Raf MacMillan (C), the only spinner in the Australia bowling line-up, played a key role for the eventual champions, picking three wickets for 43 runs, which included the dismissal of India's Sachin Dhas. (AFP)

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If it wasn't for Oliver Peake's resistance in the final 10 overs, where he smashed 46 runs of 43 balls, Australia probably wouldn't have set that record target of 254 against India.(AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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If it wasn't for Oliver Peake's resistance in the final 10 overs, where he smashed 46 runs of 43 balls, Australia probably wouldn't have set that record target of 254 against India.(AFP)

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Australia captain Hugh Weibgen steadied the ship with his 48 off 66, en route to which he stitched a 78-run stand for the second wicket alongside Harry Dixon (42 off 56).(AP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Australia captain Hugh Weibgen steadied the ship with his 48 off 66, en route to which he stitched a 78-run stand for the second wicket alongside Harry Dixon (42 off 56).(AP)

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Saumy Pandey's (R) solitary wicket in the match made him India's highest-ever wicket-taker (18) in a single U19 World Cup edition as he surpassed Ravi Bishnoi, who had picked 17 wickets in 2020. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Saumy Pandey's (R) solitary wicket in the match made him India's highest-ever wicket-taker (18) in a single U19 World Cup edition as he surpassed Ravi Bishnoi, who had picked 17 wickets in 2020. (AFP)

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Raj Limbani (R) was the pick of the bowlers for India in the final against Australia as he finished with 3/38, which included the dismissal of Aussie opener Sam Konstas for a duck in the third over.  (AP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Raj Limbani (R) was the pick of the bowlers for India in the final against Australia as he finished with 3/38, which included the dismissal of Aussie opener Sam Konstas for a duck in the third over.  (AP)

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