India have had a glorious run at the Under-19 World Cup with four trophies in 14 editions. The boys in blue have featured in eight finals. In Antigua on Sunday, they are not just in with a shot to bag their fifth title, but also have an opportunity to stay unbeaten in the tournament when they face England in the summit clash. India fell agonisingly short of the trophy last year when they were outdone by a spunky Bangladesh side. They, however, have the chance to return to winning ways against an undefeated England side who had a straightforward passage through the group stage.
WHAT. A. PERFORMANCE! 💪 👌
India U19 beat Australia U19 by 9⃣6⃣ runs & march into the #U19CWC 2022 Final. 👏 👏 #BoysInBlue #INDvAUS
This is India U19’s 4th successive & 8th overall appearance in the U19 World Cup finals. 🔝
Scorecard ➡️ https://t.co/tpXk8p6Uw6 pic.twitter.com/tapbrYrIMg
— BCCI (@BCCI) February 2, 2022
Shaik Rasheed, India vice-captain and one of the stars of the #INDvAUS semi-final, talks to Niall O’Brien on what it means to represent his country at the #U19CWC 2022 ✨ pic.twitter.com/CbSKRM8JKw
— ICC (@ICC) February 4, 2022