India vs England Under-19 World Cup quarterfinal: Vijay Zol and Deepak Hooda fight back; score 53/4 in 22 overs
India complete fifty in 21 overs as Vijay Zol, Deepak Hooda steady things.
Vijay Zol is yet to play a big innings in this tournament © Getty Images
Feb 22, 2014
Vijay Zol and Deepak Hooda are trying to revive India in their ICC Under-19 World Cup 2014 quarter-final against England at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. After losing four wickets in the first ten overs, India have made a recovery of sorts as they are 53 for four in 22 overs.
Hooda was given a promotion over Sarfaraz Khan as the attacking right-hander is kept for later. So far, Hooda and Zol have played with the necessary caution as they are measuring the conditions before getting their eye in.
Matthew Fisher has been the star so far for England as he has bowled in the right channels and has had the Indian batsmen poking tentatively outside the off-stump.
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