India U-19 Lose To Bangladesh, The India U-19 team admitted its second consecutive defeat in the Tri-Nation 50-over tournament, losing to Bangladesh by 2- wickets here. Bangladesh U-19 won the rain-curtailed match supporting the Duckworth/Lewis plan on Tuesday.
Sent inside bat in a match that was defeated to 36 overs per side, India posted an aggressive 221 for five but their opponents, chasing 218 in 32 overs under the D/L order, completed the task with 3-balls to spare.
For India U-19, skipper Dhruv Jurel top-scored by 70 off 66 balls, while Pragnesh Kanpillewar added 53 off 69 balls.
Before the 97-run 3-wicket partnership between Jurel and Kanpillewar, opener Qumran Iqbal made a 49-ball 44 with the help of seven boundaries.
In reply, Bangladesh was off to a blazing start with Parvez Hossain Emon hitting 51 off 45 balls, with the help 6-fours and a 6.
The early failure of Tanzid Hasan did not matter much as Bangladesh raced towards the target by playing aggressively.
Captain Akbar Ali blazed on to 49 off 36 balls, hitting 5-boundaries and 2- sixes, as Bangladesh began victoriously.
India’s Sushant Mishra chose up to 3-wickets but gave away 47 runs in his 6-overs. Besides, Purnank Tyagi 2/47 & Ravi Bishnoi 2/25 scalped 2-wickets respectively.
India U-19 Lose To Bangladesh On July 26, the Indian team failed to England U-19 by 5-wickets.
India U-19: 221 for 5 in 36 overs (Dhruv Jurel 70, Pragnesh Kanpillewar 53; Shoriful Islam 2/49).
Bangladesh U-19 (Target 218 from 32 overs under D/L method): 219 for 8 in 31.3 overs (Parvez Hossain Emon 51, Akbar Ali 49; Sushant Mishra 3/47).