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15 November, 2017 00:00 00 AM

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Bangladesh reach semis eliminating India

Sports reporter

Bangladesh U-19 cricket team confirmed their place in semifinal from Group-A with all-win record when they routed their Indian counterparts by eight wickets in the third and last group phase fixture at the Royal Selangor Club ground in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

India derailed from the competition because of this defeat. Nepal have cruised to the next round with Bangladesh from Group-A.

Pakistan and Afghanistan have moved to semifinal from Group-B.

With two-wicket victory against Nepal Bangladesh youth waged their Asia Cup campaign. Therefore, they thrashed the hosts Malaysian side by comprehensive 262 runs before the victory against the mighty Indian team.

The match reduced to 32-over affair per side due to the downpours. Put in to bat first, India U-19 Cricket Team managed to put on 187 for eight in the allotted 32 overs in the disciplined bowling attack from Bangladesh youth.

Robiul Haque scalped three wickets, while Nayeem Hasan and Afif Hossain took two wickets each for the winning side.

Salman Khan topscored for India with not out 39.  Wicketkeeper-batsman Anuj Rawat (34), Harvik Desai (21), Riyan Parag (19) and Shiva Singh (17) were the other mentionable scorers for the Indian side. In reply, Bangladesh posted 181 in 28 overs with losing two wickets thanks to Pinak Ghosh’s unbeaten 81. Pinak clobbered half-dozen fours and three sixes in his indefatigable for 77-ball innings.

Towhid Rhidoy was at stumps 48 off 32 that featured with four sixes and two boundaries. Naim Sheikh got out for 38, while Saif  Hassan fell for 16. Mandeep Singh grabbed the fallen two wickets for the losing side.

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