The prolific Yashasvi Jaiswal and highest wicket-taker Ravi Bishnoi have been amongst three Indians named in the ICC U-19 World Cup Team of the Tournament on Monday. Besides left-handed opener Jaiswal and leg-spinner Bishnoi, proper-arm pacer Kartik Tyagi was the different Indian to characteristic in the 12-member team, led by World Cup-winning Bangladesh skipper Akbar Ali. Jaiswal claimed the Player of the Tournament award after he performed an important function in guiding India to the closing.
With 400 runs to his title in six innings at an astounding common of 133, he topped the scoring chart comfortably, ending 114 runs forward of closest competitor Ravindu Rasantha of Sri Lanka. Bishnoi topped the wicket-taking chart by claiming 17 in six matches with a miserly common of 10.64, whereas Tyagi, on the different hand, terrorised opposing batsmen all through the match along with his swing and scalped 11 wickets at a median of 13.90.
India, nonetheless, couldn’t defend their title as Bangladesh claimed their first ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup title with a three-wicket victory beneath the Duckworth/Lewis methodology in the rain-affected closing in Potchefstroom on Sunday. The official team of the match options representatives from six sides with the likes of Afghanistan opener Ibrahim Zadran and West Indies’ Nyeem Young in it.
In Akbar, Shahdat Hossain and Mahmudul Hasan Joy, Bangladesh additionally has three representations in the squad, whereas Afghanistan and West Indies have two gamers every. Canada’s Akil Kumar has been included as the 12th man.
The team was chosen by an adjudication panel of 5, which included commentators Ian Bishop, Rohan Gavaskar and Natalie Germanos joined by ESPN Cricinfo correspondent Sreshth Shah and ICC consultant Mary Godbeer.
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup team of the match (in batting order): Yashasvi Jaiswal – India Ibrahim Zadran – Afghanistan Ravindu Rasantha – Sri Lanka Mahmudul Hasan Joy – Bangladesh Shahadat Hossain – Bangladesh Nyeem Young – West Indies Akbar Ali – Bangladesh (WK, Captain) Shafiqullah Ghafari – Afghanistan Ravi Bishnoi – India Kartik Tyagi – India Jayden Seales – West Indies 12th man: Akil Kumar – Canada