Prithvi Shaw, Manjot Kalra, Shubman Gill among five India players in ICC’s team of U-19 World Cup
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has introduced its team of the U-19 cricket World Cup on Sunday. This was after India emerged because the champions for a historic fourth time after beating Australia in the finals on the Bay Oval. Led by South Africa captain Raynard van Tonder the squad has five players from India. This consists of the highest three in the batting line-up, captain Prithvi Shaw (261 runs in the match), participant of the ultimate Manjot Kalra (252 runs) and participant of the match Shubman Gill (372 runs). Apart from this left-arm spinner Anukul Roy who emerged as the very best wicket-taker in the match with 14 wickets and quick bowler Kamlesh Nagarkoti (9 wickets) are the opposite Indians named in the team.
India remained unbeaten in your entire match and the five players talked about above performed a stellar function in contributing to the team’s success. While Gill was the chief architect with the bat Nagarkoti and Anukul Roy did most of the harm with the ball. Nagarkoti’s uncooked tempo grabbed eyeballs throughout the cricketing fraternity as he troubled batsmen persistently. Manjot Kalra, who started the match on a excessive and then had a mediocre outing, was the star in the all-important finals with an unbeaten 101.
Meanwhile, in a assertion launched the ICC additionally revealed that the Team of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup was chosen by a five-person choice panel that comprised former Windies quick bowler Ian Bishop, former India girls’s captain Anjum Chopra, former New Zealand captain Jeff Crowe, journalist Shashank Kishore and former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody.
The team of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 (in batting order):
Prithvi Shaw (India) –261 runs
Manjot Kalra (India) – 252 runs
Shubman Gill (India) – 372 runs
Finn Allen (New Zealand) – 338 runs
Raynard van Tonder (South Africa, captain) – 348 runs
Wandile Makwetu (wicket-keeper) (South Africa) – 184 runs and 11 dismissals (all catches)
Anukul Roy (India) – 14 wickets
Kamlesh Nagarkoti (India)– 9 wickets
Gerald Coetzee (South Africa) – 8 wickets
Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan) – 14 wickets
Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan) – 12 wickets
12th man: Alick Athanaze (Windies) – 418 runs