Tuesday, February 13, 2024

Under-19 World Cup: Watch out for these talented athletes


 The Under-19 Cricket World Cup, which was won by Australia who beat India in the last on Sunday, displayed a few players who offered looks at being able to become showbiz royalty.

Musheer Khan (India)

From the maidaans in Mumbai to hitting hundreds of years in South Africa, Musheer leaving his imprint at the U-19 World Cup. He was the second most noteworthy run-scorer of the competition with 360 runs at a normal of 60.00 and a strike pace of 98.09. He was the main player in the competition to hit two centuries - there was 50 years to boot as well. The 18-year-old also demonstrated his versatility by taking seven wickets during the tournament.

Uday Saharan (India)

The Indian group captain completed as the main run-getter of the competition with 397 runs at a normal of 56.71 and a strike-pace of 77.69. His main single digit score was in the last, where India lost to Australia. He was the core of the team and helped India escape difficult situations, particularly during the semifinal matchup with South Africa. He hit one hundred years and three half-hundreds of years in the competition.

Sachin Dhas (India) In South Africa, the finishing skills of the Beed, Maharashtra, native boy attracted attention. Dhas, named after Sachin Tendulkar, was India's X-factor with the bat. Despite his high risk, he scored 303 runs at an average of 60.60 and a daring strike rate of 116.53, placing him among the top five run-getters in the tournament. His 96 against South Africa in the elimination round had a significant effect as India were gazing at a disgraceful loss having lost their initial four wickets for 32 runs.

Saumy Pandey (India)

Child of a teacher in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, left-arm spinner Saumy completed as the second-most elevated wicket-taker of the competition with 18 strikes at a normal of 10.27 and economy-pace of 2.68. His accomplishments included three hauls of four wickets. His immaculate precision frequently drew examination with chief India spinner Ravindra Jadeja. Like Jadeja, Saumy additionally thought of convenient commitments with the bat down the request.

Naman Tiwari (India)

The left-arm pacer from Lucknow thinks about Jasprit Bumrah as his motivation. Not long prior to leaving for South Africa, Tiwari got tips from the lead India quick bowler on landing exact yorkers at the Public Cricket Foundation in Bangalore. Tiwari, the son of an LIC agent, finished the tournament with 12 wickets at an average of 19.83, including two four-wicket hauls.

Tom Straker (Australia)

The one in the much-begrudged Australian quick bowling line-up who did the hard work for his group. Straker finished with 13 wickets from six games at a normal of 11.00 and an economy of 3.27, however it was his 6/24 in the elimination round against Pakistan that turned into all the rage. He hit the pitch hard and extricated skip from the most mild surfaces.

Kwena Maphaka (South Africa), the tournament's highest wicket-taker, was a left-arm pacer who looked like he was going to pick a wicket with every ball he bowled. He wrapped up with 21 wickets at a staggering normal of 9.71 and an economy of 3.81. He had three five-wicket takes to his name and was announced the player of the competition.

Ali Raza (Pakistan)

Hailing from Sheikhupura in Pakistan, Raza was presented late in the competition. In any case, he wrapped up with nine wickets in only three games and nearly took Pakistan to the last with an extraordinary showcase of quick bowling in the elimination round against Australia. Additionally, he bowled the tournament's fastest delivery.

Ubaid Shah (Pakistan)

Sibling of senior Pakistan group quick bowler Naseem Shah, Ubaid intrigued every last one with his swing and speed. He wrapped up with 18 wickets in six matches at a normal of 12.38 and an economy pace of 4.12. His command over both swing varieties was brilliant.

Callum Vidler (Australia)

Opened the bowling and as a general rule Vidler picked a wicket in his most memorable spell, if not the first finished. Vidler wound up among the main 5 wicket-takers of the competition with 14 strikes in six games at a normal of 11.71 and an economy of 3.79. In the last as well, Vidler, with 2/35, ended up being an extraordinary help projected for Beardman.

Mahli Beardman (Australia)

The quickest in the Aussie line-up, Beardman wrecked India's pursuit in the last of the competition. He had Musheer Khan's stumps cartwheeling, and that crushed the spirit of India. Beardman took 10 wickets in six matches at an average of 10.50, bowling at high speeds. His economy of 2.77 is a confirmation of the fact that hitting him was so troublesome.

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