India were elated as they walked off the field. The four-time U19 World Cup champions need 190 to win their fifth trophy after a superb effort from Raj Bawa who finishes with 5/31. Fellow pacer Ravi Kumar wreaked havoc early before Raj took over as England were reduced to 91/7. That England are still in with a shout is thanks to a resilient effort from James Rew who stood tall amid the ruins to compile 95. He found support from James Sales in an eighth-wicket stand worth 93 that has given the bowlers something to defend.
Wonderful catch by Kaushal Tambe🔥
Best innings played by James Rew
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