India innings within the U19 World Cup closing noticed a weird run out when each the batsmen within the center, Dhruv Jorel and Atharva Ankolekar ended up at the same end. The incident happened within the 43rd over. India had acquired off to a superb begin with Yashasvi Jaiswal scoring 88 runs after opening the innings. But a fast spate of wickets within the center overs elevated the strain on the Indian batsmen, particularly after Jaiswal fell within the 40th over.
The wicketkeeper-batsman Jurel, who was at the crease, tried to take a fast single off Bangladesh spinner Rakibul Hasan. But his accomplice at the opposite end, Jurel Atharva didn’t reply to the decision. Both the batsmen glued on at the bowler’s end, as fielder contained in the cirlce, Shamim Hossain, despatched the ball to the keeper, who clipped the bails off.
The umpire took a protracted, onerous look at deciding who shall be declared run out, and the replays created loads of confusion. “They’re both out,” the commentator remarked. “Never seen anything like that.”
Atharva was seen to have glided his bat contained in the crease, which meant that he had returned to his end, and it was Jurel who was out from his end, and therefore, he was declared as run out.
Disastrous operating. Both Jurel and Ankolekar end up at the same end, and the umpires have to determine out who is definitely out!
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) February 9, 2020
India, who’re eyeing their document-extending fifth U19 World Cup title, have been bundled out for 177. This is the primary occasion in 13 video games that India had been bowled out within the match. India’s batting wilted below strain as an outstanding Bangladesh bowling assault shot the defending champions out for a paltry 177 in 47.2 overs within the closing of the ICC U-19 World Cup right here on Sunday.
Yasashvi Jaiswal (88 off 121 balls) was as soon as once more a standout performer however not for as soon as did he appear like dominating the Bangladesh bowling unit whose new ball bowlers Shoriful Islam (2/31 in 10 overs) and Tanzim Hasan Shakib (2/28 in 8.2 overs) actually stifled the Indians for runs.