Feb 17, 2014
India Under-19 have started their second game of the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2014 in fine fashion. Playing against Scotland, they lost the toss, but have managed to take two wickets in no time.
The first to go was the Scotland captain Ross McLean. Chama Milind dismissed as he tried to pull a delivery, but found the man straight at square-leg. Later, Avesh Khan got his first wicket when he dismissed Mark English for only one run.
This has been a very good start for the Indian bowling unit. They come in with the confidence of their victory against arch-rivals Pakistan in the first game. In 10 overs, Scotland are 30 for two.
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