India and Bangladesh are the new rivals of the cricket world. These two always give some memorable moments on the 22 yards. Once again they are set for a mega clash. This time the juniors will face each other in the finale of Under 19 World Cup. Let’s revisit the previous four times India Bangladesh had face-offs in Under 19 World Cup.
IND vs BAN in Under 19 World Cup 2000
India and Bangladesh had their first face-off in the Under-19 World Cup in Sri Lanka in 2000. Batting first India scored 235 runs for five wickets as Ravneet Rikki ended as the highest scorer with 61, while Manish Sharma scored 55 and captain Mohammad Kaif scored 30 runs. Bangladesh were bundled out for 113 runs in 34.5 overs. Anoop Dave took four wickets for India and Shalabh Srivastava picked up two wickets.
IND vs BAN in Under 19 World Cup 2002
In 2002 these teams met for the second match of the Under-19 World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand. India had a terrible out and were reduced to just 77 runs in 32.4 overs. Stuart Binny scored 17 runs and was the highest scorer. Nine players of the team led by Parthiv failed to reach double-figure. In response, Bangladesh reached the target within 33rd over for the loss of eight wickets. Ali Armaan scored 12 not out off 48 balls for Bangladesh to earn the Man of the Match award.
IND vs BAN in Under 19 World Cup 2004
This time the match was staged in Dhaka and Bangladesh audience had the home condition in favour. Under Ambati Rayudu India scored 309/7 wickets out of which Shikhar Dhawan scored 120 off 148 balls and Uthappa scored 59 runs from 63 balls. Both added 135 runs for the first wicket and set the platform for that massive run-fest by the Indian team. Bangladesh were all out in 40.3 overs. Praveen Gupta and Abhishek Sharma took three wickets each and Dhawan was rewarded with the best player award.
IND vs BAN in Under 19 World Cup 2018
In the latest encounter, the neighbours had a clash ipn Queenstown, New Zealand. Team India once again batted first and could post 265 runs in 49.2 overs. India’s captain Prithvi Shaw scored 40 runs off 54 balls, the star player Shubman Gill scored 86 runs off 94 balls, and Abhishek Sharma contributed with 50 runs in 49 balls. Bangladesh team once again failed to reach the target and were sent to pavilion for 134 runs in 42.1 overs. Kamlesh Nagerkoti was the highlight from India’s bowling with three scalps to his name Shivam Mavi took two wickets.
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