India’s U19 team lost by eight wickets in the fifth match of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Under-19s Asia Cup, which took place on Sunday at the ICC Academy Ground in Dubai. India set Pakistan a score of 260 runs, thanks to Sachin Dhas’s late runs in the order.
Pakistan beat India by eight wickets in U-19 Asia Cup
Pakistan, on the other hand, easily reached the goal, doing so in 47 overs and taking eight wickets. Shahzaib Khan and Azan Awais scored 110 runs together to help them do it.
Amir Hassan and Mohammad Zeeshan took two early wickets for the Green Shirts, putting the Blues at 46-2 after just 11.2 overs. This was a great start for them. But opener Adarsh Singh and middle-order batter and captain Uday Saharan put together a much-needed 93-run stand. Saharan scored 62 off of 81 balls before being bowled by Arafat Minhas.
After Singh was out, India lost two more wickets quickly, but Saharan stayed on the field and kept scoring important runs. Ubaid Shah finally got rid of him after 60 runs, leaving India with 206-6 after 42.5 overs.
There was a chance that the Men in Green would keep the Blues within 230 runs, but Sachin Dhas kept going after the Green Shirts. He eventually helped his team reach a respectable 260-run goal by scoring 58 runs in 32 balls, including two fours and three sixes. At the end of the game, Zeeshan had four wickets, while Amir and Ubaid each had two. Pakistan won the toss and chose to bowl first earlier.
India U19: Adarsh Singh, Arshin Kulkarni, Rudra Patel, Uday Saharan (c), Musheer Khan, Sachin Dhas, Aravelly Avanish (wk), Saumy Pandey, Murugan Abhishek, Raj Limbani, Naman Tiwari
Pakistan U19: Shamyl Hussain, Shahzaib Khan, Azan Awais, Saad Baig (c & wk), Mohammad Zeeshan, Mohammad Riazullah, Tayyab Arif, Arafat Minhas, Ali Asfand, Amir Hassan, Ubaid Shah