India U-19 Team in World Cup Final: India beat Africa in the U-19 Cricket World Cup in the final - SportsNight

Batting first, the African team lost the toss and set a target of 245 runs in the semi-final in Benoni on Tuesday.  The Indian team that came out to bat had a bad start. Team India entered the Under-19 Cricket World Cup final hosted by South Africa.  India defeated the hosts South Africa by two wickets in the semi-final.  It is the ninth time that the Indian team (Team India) has reached the final of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup.  Batting first, the African team lost the toss and set a target of 245 runs in the semi-final in Benoni on Tuesday.  In reply, the Indian team had a bad start.  The team lost four wickets while scoring 32 runs.

The team took control of the team and led the team to victory with a brilliant performance. 

After a heavy collapse in the beginning, Sachin Das and captain Uday Saharan came back into the match with a partnership of 171 runs off 187 balls for the fifth wicket.  Meanwhile.  Unfortunately, Sachin could not complete the century.  Batting sixth, Sachin scored 96 runs off 95 balls. Sachin's innings included one six and 11 fours.  Meanwhile, captain Saharan scored 81 runs off 124 balls and led the team to victory with an excellent innings.  Fast bowler Tristan Luce took three wickets and Queena Mafaka took two wickets for Africa.  Earlier in the match, the African team scored 244 runs for seven wickets.  Wicket keeper batsman Luan Dre Pretorius scored 76 runs.  Richard Zeletswane scored 64 runs.  In bowling, fast bowler Raj Limbani took three wickets and spin all-rounder Musheer Khan took two wickets for the Indian team.

India will face either Pakistan or Australia, the winners of the second semi-final, in the final on February 11.  

The second semi-final will be played on Thursday, February 8. It is the ninth time that the Indian team has reached the finals of the U-19 World Cup.  India has won the title five times.  India has lost their foot in the final three times.  Meanwhile, in 2014, South Africa became the champion only once.  South Africa has lost the final twice.  The African team had a chance to reach the final for the fourth time, but lost to India. ICC suspends Sri Lanka cricket: The meeting assessed that breaking the law while the cricket board is a member of the ICC is a serious matter. Sri Lanka Cricket Board banned by ICC  Sri Lanka Cricket's membership has been suspended with effect from November 10, the ICC said in a statement.  The decision by the cricket governing body comes shortly after the end of Sri Lanka's World Cup campaign. The 1996 World Cup champions Sri Lanka 2023 have won only two of the nine matches they have played.

The Sri Lankan government has dissolved the cricket board over allegations of corruption.  

Sports Minister Roshan Ranasingha had also sacked the entire cricket board following India's humiliating 302-run defeat in the 2023 World Cup. The ICC Board held an emergency meeting and reached the suspension decision.  The meeting considered that breaking the law while the Cricket Board is a member of the ICC is a serious matter.  The Board failed to manage the administration of the Board autonomously.  The ICC meeting also assessed that the board has an obligation to ensure that there is no government interference. At the same time, the court intervened and stopped the action of dismissing the cricket board.  The Sri Lankan Cricket Board, which was sacked after its dismal performance in the World Cup, was reinstated following a court order. Sri Lankan Sports Minister Roshan Ranasinghe took action after the defeat in the World Cup.  The action comes after suffering a miserable defeat by 302 runs against India.  The government dissolved the Lankan Cricket Board and appointed an interim governing body headed by former captain Arjuna Ranatunge.  But the board president Shammi Silva approached the court against this.  Considering the petition given by Silva, the court quashed the government's action and reinstated the old board.  The court has directed the restoration of the board in two weeks.  The court said that the case will be considered again.The hype for the ODI Cricket World Cup is over.  This time India will be the venue for the fight which will last from October 5 to November 19.  Along with the question of who will be the world champions, cricket fans are also anxious to see if some records will be broken.  But most of the records may not be broken this time as well.  The reality is that they cannot be broken without hard work.Glenn McGrath: Most wickets in World Cup Cricket

Glenn McGrath is the player who took 71 wickets from 39 matches in World Cup cricket.  

Muttiah Muralitharan (68), Lasith Malinga (56) and Wasim Akram (55) are next in the list.  Australia's Mitchell Starc, who is ranked fifth, is still in the team.  Starc took 49 wickets in 18 matches.  Starc can break compatriot Glenn McGrath's record of 23 wickets in this World Cup.  Mitchell Starc also holds the record for most wickets in a World Cup.  He took 27 wickets in 10 matches in the 2019 World Cup. Sachin Tendulkar: Most runs in World Cup cricket. Between 1992 and 2011, Sachin Tendulkar played a total of 6 World Cups.  He also scored 2278 runs in 45 ODI World Cup matches during this period.  Currently, no cricketer is close to this record.  Ricky Ponting (1743), Kumar Sangakkara (1532), Brian Lara (1225) and AB de Villiers (1207) are behind Tendulkar.  Virat Kohli managed to score only 1030 runs at an average of 46.81 and a strike rate of 86.70 from 26 matches in the World Cup.  In this case, Sachin Tendulkar's record can be considered safe this time too.

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