Yash Dhull and his deputy Shaik Rasheed added a massive 204 runs for the third wicket to emphatically bat Australia out of the semi-final clash, guiding India to their fourth successive Under-19 World Cup final with a jumbo 96-run victory. Dhull scored a century in the process while Rasheed fell agonisingly short, as India posted a formidable 290/5 in 50 overs after having lost both their openers for 37. Australia could never get going in the chase, surrendering wickets to the spinners. India now face England – another team on a similar unbeaten streak – in the title bout.
WHAT A HIT 🔥
Yash Dhull’s stunning six dancing down the track is the @Nissan #POTD winner from the #U19CWC Super League semi-final clash between India and Australia 👏 pic.twitter.com/rFiEAsv2G4
— ICC (@ICC) February 3, 2022