Bangladesh's hopes of defending their U19 World Cup title were quashed in the quarter-final stage as India's bowlers skittled them over for 111. Talented left-arm seamer Ravi Kumar took three wickets in his first spell while left-arm spinner Vicky Ostwal snared a couple. Although India had a brief hiccup in the paltry chase, they eventually got home with five wickets in hand. India now face Australia in the second semi-final on February 2. The first semi-final is on February 1 between England and Afghanistan.
A left-arm pacer's dream dismissal 🤩— ICC (@ICC) January 30, 2022
Ravi Kumar's peach of an inswinger has been voted the @Nissan #POTD winner from India's quarter-final victory over Bangladesh in the #U19CWC 🎥 pic.twitter.com/1zynYy20p9