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India vs Pakistan Live Cricket Score ICC Under-19 World Cup Group A match: India trump Pakistan by 40 runs

Vijay Zol © Getty Images
Vijay Zol © Getty Images

Feb 15, 2014

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Chama Milind cleans up Mohammad Aftab as India win by 40 runs. Deepak Hooda claimed five wickets and Sarfaraz Khan five catches as India begin their campaign on a winning note.
OUT! M Aftab 10(10)

It’s been an all-round show from Sarfaraz, who takes a simple catch to dismiss Zafar Gohar off Deepak Hooda. India are set for a big win as Pakistan need 67 runs from the last five overs.
OUT! Z Gohar 11(20)
Saud Shakeel goes for a sweep shot but mistimes it, and Sarfaraz Khan takes a simple catch as Pakistan lose their sixth wicket. They need another 88 runs to win from 54 balls.
OUT! S Shakeel 32(40)
India are all over Pakistan… Deepak Hooda strikes on the third ball of the 36th over to trap Saifullah Khan in front of the wickets. Pakistan need 102 to win from 13 more overs.
OUT! Saifullah Khan 6(10)
Two wickets in one over! Sarfaraz Khan cleans up Hassan Raza and Kamran Ghulam is run out for duck as India gain command in this opening clash. It was unfortunate for Kamran as Sarfaraz had dislodged one bail while he was yet to get the ball, and a throw from Deepak Hooda was on target, taking off the other bail.
OUT! H Raza 14(28), K Ghulam 0(2)
India have pegged back Pakistan with quick wickets. They now need 123 more runs to win from 19 overs.
Big wicket! Sami Aslam is run out for 64 and the Indians are jubilant! Hassan Raza pushes it to the off-side and Aslam takes off, but Indian captain Vijay Zol is quick to collect the ball and throw it at the non-striker’s end.
OUT! S Aslam 64(75)
Aamir Gani has provided India the first breakthrough! Imam-ul-Haq dances down the track but hits it high in the air, and Sarfaraz Khan takes a good catch. Hassan Raza is the new man in.
OUT! Imam-ul-Haq 39(62)
Sami Aslam and Imam-ul-Haq have put up an unbeaten 90-run stand for the first wicket, providing a strong start to Pakistan. They now need another 173 runs to win. Wicketkeeper Ankush Bains missed a stumping chanse off Aamir Gani in the 20th over.
Sami Aslam and Imam-ul-Haq have put Pakistan on top with their solid stand for the first wicket. They need 194 runs to win from 34 overs.
Pakistan seem to be picking up after a slow start. Both Sami and Imam hit straight drives off Avesh Khan in the 10th over to shrug off the slow beginning to their chase.
Indian bowlers are not allowing Pakistan batsmen to open up. Both Imam and Sami have gone for their shots but with no significant result.
Pakistan have made a steady start in their chase of 263 runs.
India have recovered well to post a daunting target against their arch rivals. Pakistan did well to peg back India in the middle overs, but the century stand between Samson and Sarfaraz revived India.
Sanju Samson is out after a fine innings of 68. The right-handed batsmen hit two boundaries and a six, and added 119 runs with Sarfaraz Khan to lead India’s revival.
OUT! S Samson 68(101)
Sarfaraz Khan out after a superb innings of 74 off 78 balls. He is caught in the deep extra cover area as India lose their fifth wicket. Eight runs scored in the over.
OUT! S Khan 74(78)
Sanju Samson and Sarfaraz Khan have completed half-centuries as India seem to be cruising here. The partnership is of 92 runs now.
India take the batting powerplay and Sarfaraz Khan starts off with a boundary in the 37th over. The partnership between Samson and Sarfaraz is of 72 runs now.
Sarfaraz Khan and Sanju Samson have done well so far, adding 49 runs for the fifth wicket. India can now aim for a good score after the slip-up in the middle overs.
Sanju Samson and Sarfaraz Khan are leading India’s revival, as they seem to be picking up after the quick wickets that left India in trouble.
Sanju Samson danced down the track to smash a six off Karamat in the 24th over of the game to bring up the 100 for India. Pakistan did well to hold back the Indians as a boundary was hit after 93 deliveries.
Pakistan are all over India as spinner Karamat Ali has claimed his second wicket in quick succession. Ricky Bhui is caught for one as India have slipped from a comfortable position.
OUT! R Bhui 1(6)
Pakistan continue to make inroads into the Indian batting line-up. Herwadkar, who batted so well to set a platform for a big knock, makes room to play a cut shot but is cleaned up by spinner Karamat Ali.
OUT! A Herwadkar 41(46)
Pakistan have wrestled back control after quick wickets that jolted India in the middle. Samson and Herwadkar have the task of bailing India out of trouble and lay a platform for a big total.
Zia-ul-Haq comes back into the attack and he has bagged the key wicket! The left-arm pacer hits Zol’s pads on the fourth ball of the over, there was a loud appeal but umpire Peter Nero thought otherwise. However, on the final ball, Zia pitched it up on the line of middle and off, and Zol’s caught trapped in front of the wicket.
OUT! Zol 3(11)
Irfanullah Khan provides Pakistan a much-needed breakthrough as he cleans up Ankush Bains on the first ball of the ninth over. India captain Vijay Zol is the new man in.
OUT! A Bains 24(23)
Indian openers have been all over Pakistan this morning. They have not given any opportunity to the opposition to capitalise and have punished the bowlers for being wayward.
Indian openers are looking aggressive as they have hit couple of boundaries early on. Akhil Herwadkar hit consecutive boundaries off Pakistan pacer Mohammad Aftab in the fourth over of the game.
Zia-ul-Haq opens the bowling for Pakistan as the Indians collect four runs off the first over. Ankush Bains had a nervous moment when an edge fell short to the fielder at the first slip.

India Under-19 captain Vijay Zol won the toss and elected to bat against Pakistan Under-19.


Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s coverage of the India Under-19 vs Pakistan Under-19 ICC World Cup Group A match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Saturday.   India under-19 open their ICC Under-19 World Cup 2014 campaign with a crunch encounter against arch-rivals Pakistan. Historically, Pakistan under-19 have had an edge over their neighbours in the World Cup.

However, India’s victory during their last encounter in 2012 and in the recent Asia Cup triumph will hold them in good stead.   Nevertheless, the under-19 World Cup starts off with a bang with these two big sides clashing. It should set the tone for a tournament that is a cradle of young cricketing talent.

Teams:

Pakistan Under-19: Sami Aslam(c), Imam-ul-Haq, Hasan Raza, Saud Shakeel, Kamran Ghulam, Saifullah Khan(w), Zafar Gohar, Karamat Ali, Zia-ul-Haq, Mohammad Aftab, Irfanullah Shah.

India Under-19: Ankush Bains (wk), Akhil Herwadkar, Vijay Zol(c), Sanju Samson, Ricky Bhui, Sarfaraz Khan, Deepak Hooda, Aamir Gani, Kuldeep Yadav, Chama Milind, Avesh Khan

Aamir Gani has provided India the first breakthrough! Imam-ul-Haq dances down the track but hits it high in the air, and Sarfaraz Khan takes a good catch. Hassan Raza is the new man in.

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