Shaik Rasheed compiled a well-paced fifty before playing a rash shot to depart soon after reaching the landmark, leaving India's chase in limbo. Yash Dhull, the centurion from the semi-final, then pulled an innocuous delivery to deep square leg to compound India's worries. However, Nishant Sindhu and Raj Bawa have batted sensibly to stabilize the Innings and have brought the equation down to 57 off 78 balls. India are clearly the favourites now, given they don't lost wickets in a bunch.
Half-century in the semifinal 👍— BCCI (@BCCI) February 5, 2022
Half-century (& going strong) in the final 👌
India U19 vice-captain SK Rasheed continues his fine run of form to complete a second successive FIFTY! 👏 👏 #BoysInBlue #U19CWC #INDvENG
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