U-19 Last: India's considerable youthful turks gear up for World Cup brilliance against Australia - watsupptoday.com
U-19 Last: India's considerable youthful turks gear up for World Cup brilliance against Australia
Posted 10 Feb 2024 04:57 PM


Barely any professions would get wings to take off while some would blur into obscurity at the same time, on Sunday, every one of those energetic 18 and 19-year-old Indian young men would investigate every possibility to win a record 6th ICC U-19 World Cup when they face Australia in the culmination conflict here.
On November 19 last year, an Australian group left Rohit Sharma and his band sad on a worldwide stage and for Uday Saharan, Sachin Dha, Musheer Khan and Saumy Kumar Pandey, overtaking an Aussie group would surely be exceptionally sweet.
"No, we are not pondering retribution. We are completely focused on the now. We neither need to choose not to move on or look a long ways ahead," captain Saharan as of late told PTI Bhasha in Benoni.
The skipper Hugh Weibgen, opener Harry Dixon, seamers Tom Straker and Callum Vidler, who have consistently performed during this edition, make up a quartet for the Australians that could pose a challenge for India.
India U-19 had beaten Australia in the 2012 and 2018 finals, and would again begin top choices during this release's championship.
The Indian group has forever been an age-bunch force to be reckoned with, because of the ability the nation produces in hundreds and their 10th worldwide last is a declaration to the framework that has been set up throughout the previous twenty years.
From 2016, India U-19s have played every one of the finals, winning the 2018 and 2022 versions while losing in 2016 and 2020.
Since Virat Kohli's side won the prize in 2008, U-19 World Cup has gotten some forward momentum and the interest esteem expands because of live television inclusion and streaming.
The U-19 World Cup has introduced stars like Yuvraj Singh, Mohammed Kaif, Suresh Raina, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, KL Rahul, Rishabh Gasp, Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal to give some examples, who have ascended through the positions.
However, the cold facts will tell us that the number of people who haven't made it to the top grade despite being instant stars is much higher.
From Reetinder Singh Sodhi and Gaurav Dhiman, back in mid 2000s, to Unmukt Chand, Harmeet Singh, Vijay Zol, Sandeep Sharma, Ajitesh Argal, Kamal Passi, Siddharth Kaul, Smit Patel, Ravikant Singh and Kamlesh Nagarkoti, the rundown goes on.
Individuals really do will generally fail to remember that senior homegrown cricket is a colossal move forward from the U-19s where bossing the age-bunch players from different countries, albeit commendable, is certainly not no joking matter.
People fail to replicate that false sense of vanity in their senior years after the quick walk to stardom.
Some players, like Prithvi Shaw, have lost control of their careers and are attempting to regain it, while others, like Yash Dhull, are having a very hard time keeping up with the standards of senior level cricket.
In all honesty, the ongoing group drove by Saharan, didn't at first seem to be an extraordinary outfit as it even neglected to enter the last of the U-19 Asia Cup several months back. However, all of the pieces of the puzzle are now in place here.
Driven by Saharan, who is driving the batting diagrams with 389 runs, the group's presentation got better with each match and the main time it has been pushed to a corner in the competition is the elimination round where it pipped has South Africa by a singular wicket.
The jury is still out on the number of them can really become showbiz royalty however on the off chance that there have been two stand-apart players, who looked cut out for greater things, one is youthful Maharashtra hitter Dhas, who plays delighted in the part of a finisher, and left-arm spinner Saumy Pandey, who has up until this point taken 17 wickets.
Dhas didn't get an IPL contract as he had not yet played any senior level game, subsequently ineligible for the closeout. In any case, he is one hitter who has shown personality, a pre-essential for the most elevated level.
Saharan is a greater amount of a collector while Sarfaraz Khan's more youthful sibling Musheer, who is the second most elevated run-getter, is likewise a helpful left-arm spinner.
Right-arm pacer Raj Limbani and left-arm seamer Naman Tiwari have been successful yet are a long way from prepared for a higher level.
However, on Sunday, their best will be all that could possibly be needed for this level.
Teams from India: Arshin Kulkarni, Adarsh Singh, Rudra Mayur Patel, Sachin Dhas, Priyanshu Moliya, Musheer Khan, Aravelly Avanish Rao (WK), Saumy Kumar Pandey (VC), Murugan Abhishek, Innesh Mahajan (WK), Dhanush Gowda, Aaradhya Shukla, Raj Limbani, and Naman Tiwari are the other members of this
Australia: Hugh Weibgen, Lachlan Aitken, Charlie Anderson, Harkirat Bajwa, Mahli Beardman, Tom Campbell, Harry Dixon, Ryan Hicks (wk), Sam Konstas, Rafael MacMillan, Aidan O’Connor, Harjas Singh, Tom Straker, Callum Vidler, and Ollie Peake are the other players in this lineup.
Match begins: 1:30 pm IST.

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