Pakistan bundled out for 136 against India in Under 19 World Cup quarterfinals

Pakistan’s 136 in the first innings came from 45.1 overs AFP

By CricketCountry Staff

Townsville: Aug 20, 2012

Sandeep Sharma and Ravikant Singh claimed three wickets each as Pakistan were bowled out for 136 in their Under 19 World Cup quarterfinal match against India at the Ireland Stadium in Townsville on Monday.

Babar Azam struck 50 off 109 balls and four boundaries, and Ehsan Adil produced a gritty 35, as the Pakistan batting order stuttered against a disciplined Indian bowling attack.

Sandeep claimed three wickets for 24 runs off his 8.1 overs, while Ravikant once again impressed with the figures of 3 for 43 off his 10 overs.

As many as four Pakistan batsmen were dismissed for a duck, after skipper Azam won the toss and elected to bat first.

Pakistan s 136 came from 45.1 overs.

Kamal Passi, who shone with the figures of 6-23 against Zimbabwe in the previous game, made Pakistan batsmen struggle as they could manage only 19 runs off his 10 overs.

Passi also claimed the wicket of Zafar Gohar.

Brief Scores: Pakistan U-19 136 all-out from 45.1 overs (Babar Azam 50, Ehsan Adil 35; Sandeep Sharma 3 for 24, Ravikant Singh 3 for 43) vs India U-19