Under 19 WC IND v/s NZ Match: India defeated New Zealand by 214 runs, Musheer Khan scored a brilliant century

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Under 19 WC IND v/s NZ Match: India defeated New Zealand by 214 runs, Musheer Khan scored a brilliant century

Under 19 WC IND v/s NZ Match : The Indian cricket team defeated New Zealand by 214 runs in its first match of the Super-6 round of the Under-19 World Cup. In the match played in Bloemfontein on Tuesday, New Zealand won the toss and decided to field. The Indian team scored 295 runs for 8 wickets in 50 overs. In reply, New Zealand was restricted to 81 runs in 28.1 overs. For India, all-rounder Musheer Khan played a century inning of 131 runs. Whereas, in bowling, Soumya Pandey took 4 wickets. India’s next match will be played against Nepal on 2 February.

Musheer’s second century in the tournament

Musheer Khan scored the only century of the match. Musheer was out in the 48th over. He scored 131 runs in 126 balls. So far in this World Cup, Musheer has scored 2 centuries and one half-century. Musheer had played an inning of 76 runs against America in the group match. At the same time, he also scored a century against Ireland. He played an innings of 118 runs on 106 balls. Musheer is now close to Shikhar Dhawan’s record. Dhawan had scored 3 centuries in the 2004 Under-19 World Cup, which is the highest.

Adarsh ​​Singh scored fifty

Adarsh ​​Singh and Arshin Kulkarni started the game for the team. Kulkarni, who scored a century against America, was out on 9 runs in this match. At the same time, Adarsh ​​Singh scored his second half-century of the tournament and played an innings of 52 runs in 58 balls. He also made a partnership of 77 runs with Musheer Khan.

Fifty partnership between Musheer-Saharan

Musheer Khan, who came at number three, played brilliant strokes from the beginning. Captain Uday Saharan, who came at number four, supported him. There was a partnership of 87 runs between the two in 113 balls. This created pressure on New Zealand. Saharan returned to the pavilion after scoring 34 runs in 57 balls. Wicketkeeper batsman Aravelli Avneesh returned to the pavilion after scoring 17 runs, Priyanshu Molia 10 runs, Murugan Abhishek 4 runs and Sachin Dhas 15 runs. Naman Tiwari remained unbeaten on 3 runs and Raj Limbani on 2 runs.

Here, due to not getting the wicket of Musheer during the Indian innings and partnership with Saharan, New Zealand made 7 players bowl. Out of this, Mason Clarke took maximum 4 wickets. Jack Cumming, Ryan Tsourgas, Ewald Schrader and Oliver Tewatia got one wicket each.

New Zealand’s batting lineup did not work
No batsman from New Zealand could do better. Tom Johns, who opened for the team, was out on the very first ball. At the same time, James Nelson could also score only 10 runs. Sneith Reddy was out after scoring 0 runs, Lachlan Stackpole was out after scoring 5 runs, Captain Oscar Jackson was out after scoring 19 runs, Oliver Tewatia was out after scoring 7 runs. Jack Cumming scored 16 runs and Alex Thompson scored 12 runs. Whereas, Ewald Schrader was out after scoring 7 runs and Ryan Tsorgas was out after scoring 0 runs. In the end, Mason Clarke remained unbeaten after scoring 0 runs.

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