Kamal Passi helps India trump Zimbabwe in Under 19 World Cup tie

Right-arm medium pace bowler Kamal Passi took six wickets conceding just 23 runs Getty Images

By CricketCountry Staff

Melbourne: Aug 14, 2012

India Under 19 team bounced back from the four-wicket defeat against West Indies by winning their second game against Zimbabwe by 63 runs in the ICC Under 19 World Cup Group C match.

India had set Zimbabwe a target of 262 runs as captain Unmukt Chand top scored with 78 runs. India reached 261 runs for the loss of six wickets in 50 overs.

Zimbabwe managed to score only 198 runs as they were all-out in 44.1 overs with Kamal Passi being the wrecker-in-chief of the African team.

Passi, a right-arm medium pace bowler, in an impressive bowling performance took six wickets and conceded just 23 runs.

The inspiring performance of Passi was rewarded by the Man-of-the-match award.

India s win comes after a defeat against the West Indies.