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14 November 2017, 06:13 | Henrietta Morgan
India Ousted From U-19 Asia Cup After Bangladesh Thrashing
India U-19 cricket team was handed a big blow by their Bangladeshi counterparts, as India faced their second successive defeat, to bow out of the U-19 Asia Cup. The defending champions lost to Nepal on Sunday and suffered a similar fate against Bangladesh on Tuesday to crash out of the tournament.
In a rain-truncated match in Kuala Lumpur, the Indian U-19 team could manage 187 for 8 in their allotted 32 overs.
The four teams entered the semi-finals are Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
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Put in to bat, India U-19's No. 7 batsman Salman Khan top-scored with 39, while wicketkeeper-batsman Anuj Rawat scored 34.
Ghosh, who remained unbeaten on 81 off 77 balls, clobbered 3 sixes and 6 boundaries in his innings while his opening partner Naim Sheikh fell in the 14th over of their chase. Ghosh then teamed up with Mohammad Tawhid Hridoy to accelerate towards victory with an unbroken 83-run stand for the fourth wicket. Dravid had opted to include a number of new faces in the Indian squad to identify a strong pool for the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand early next year.
Afghanistan joined Pakistan in the semi-finals by registering a resounding 134-run win over UAE.
Nepal had won their game against Malaysia but had to wait for the result of the Bangaldesh-India match. The match was reduced to 32-overs-a-side game. Malaysia sensationally slipped from 33 without loss to 45 all out.
Bangladesh emerged victorious after they chased down the target of 188 with eight wickets and four overs to spare.
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