Defending champions India outclassed debutants Japan by 10 wickets in their second match to all however safe a spot in the quarterfinals of the ICC U-19 World Cup on Tuesday. Opting to subject first, 4-time champions India bowled out a hapless Japan for 41 runs in 22.5 overs with leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi taking 4 wickets. It was the joint second lowest complete by a crew in the Under-19 World Cup and joint third lowest in the under-19 cricket historical past.
Pacers Kartik Tyagi and Akash Singh shared 5 wickets amongst themselves as not one of the Japanese batsmen entered double digits. India wanted simply 4.5 overs to finish the formalities with Yashasvi Jaiswal and Kumar Kushagra remaining unbeaten on 29 and 13 respectively. In their event-opener on Sunday, India had crushed Sri Lanka by 90 runs.
The sport on Tuesday was a whole mismatch with Japan taking part in a significant ICC occasion for the primary time. India captain Priyam Garg, nevertheless, stated his quick bowlers might have executed a greater job. “Very happy with the performance. The spinners were good, but the lines and lengths could have been better from the pacers. There’s no pressure as such. We want to do well, we take every game as it comes,” stated Garg.
Japan captain Marcus Thurgate stated the crew will head again residence quite a bit richer in expertise. “I knew it was going to be a really tough game. We didn’t do our best, specially with the batting. We could have done better. We learnt a lot. We can go to Japan and say that we’ve played against some of the big guys,” he mirrored.
“We’ll take a lot of positives from this game. We need to learn from our mistakes and keep getting better,” stated Thurgate. India play their remaining league sport in opposition to New Zealand on Friday.