India vs England Under-19 World Cup quarterfinal: Openers cautious in chase of 222; score 25/0 in 6 overs
Chama Milind and Monu Kumar start off in disciplined manner.
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Feb 22, 2014
England got off to a stable start in their run-chase of 222 against India at the ICC Under-19 World Cup quarter-final at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Earlier, India had put up 221 after an initial struggle, which is e a fighting total on the wicket. In six overs, England are 25 for no loss.
Jonathan Tattersall and Harry Finch have been watchful early on. However, Tattersall has put the bad balls away to ensure that his side maintain a good run-rate. Chama Milind and Monu Kumar have tried to keep the pressure going by bowling tight channels. However, Milind has conceded a few boundaries.
India’s 221 was set up by a fighting half-century from Deepak Hooda and a late surge by Sarfaraz Khan who scored an unbeaten 52.
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