While opening batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal and quick bowler Kartik Tyagi proceed to hog the limelight in India’s U19 World Cup 2020 marketing campaign in South Africa, leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi is silently going about his enterprise and enjoying essential roles in India’s profitable run within the match. With 13 wickets in 5 matches, Ravi Bishnoi is India’s highest wicket-taker within the match up to now and has been one of many essential the reason why India have reached their third consecutive remaining within the U19 World Cup with out shedding a single match on this version. Such has been Bishnoi’s brilliance with the ball that former West Indies quick bowler-turned commentator Ian Bishop termed him a ‘wizard’ in the course of the India vs Pakistan semi-remaining match on the U19 World Cup.
Bishnoi, who gave India their second breakthrough by dismissing left-hander Fahad Munir, earned the praise from Bishop when he beat Pakistan U19 skipper Rohail Nazir. “This kid is a wizard,” mentioned Bishop throughout commentary when Bishnoi beat Nazir with a googly in his first ball.
Bishnoi, who is identified to have a misleading googly, returned later to choose the wicket of Abbas Afridi for two. Bishnoi completed with figures of two for 46 in his 10 overs. But the star with the ball was left-arm medium pacer Sushant Mishra, who picked up three wickets for 23 runs in his 8.1 overs as India bowled Pakistan out for 172.
In reply, Yashasvi Jaiswal smashed his first century of U19 World Cup and opening accomplice Divyansh Saxena scored 59 as India knocked off the goal with 10 wickets of their financial institution.
India will now face the winner of the second semifinal between New Zealand and Bangladesh within the remaining of the U19 World Cup 2020. There too Bishnoi can be one in all India’s key weapons.
The 19-year-previous leg-spinner who hails from Rajasthan was picked by IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals and can ply his commerce within the 13th version of the match ranging from March 29.