ICC Under 19 World Cup 2022 has got off to a flying start, with fixtures starting to roll out in earnest. Teams from sixteen countries will take part in the biennial tournament. There will be 48 matches in total, with the final to be played on February 5. This will be the first tournament hosted by the Caribbean. The competition will be played over three weeks and will be played in 50-over cricket format. It will also feature four groups and a round-robin tournament.
The India team has made it to the final eight times, and will go for a record fifth title. They started off their campaign with a 232-run win against South Africa. It was India’s largest score in a U19 World Cup match. In the final, India beat England by four wickets. This is India’s fifth title in the U19 World Cup, and it is also the biggest win by a team in the tournament.
India’s Raj Angad Bawa was the star of the final, and he was named the Man of the Match. He scored a record-breaking 162 runs, including a half-century. He also picked up five wickets in the match, and was awarded the Man of the Match award. He also set a new record for the most wickets by an individual in a U19 World Cup match. He also picked up the award for the highest individual score in the tournament.
Raj Angad Bawa’s five-wicket haul was the biggest in a U19 World Cup match, and he also set a record for the most wickets by an individual. He also played a pivotal role in the middle order, racking up 35 runs in a four-wicket win. His five-wicket haul was the best by an Indian player in a U19 World Cup match.
India’s manager credited his players for a “great environment” during the tournament. He also announced a cash reward for the team’s support staff. The prize included a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 and a personalised teddy bear.
The U19 World Cup is a biennial tournament for national teams whose players are below the age of 19. It is organized by the International Cricket Council, and will take place from January 13 to February 5. There will be 48 matches, and the winners of each group will go on to play in the Super League. The two teams that finish in first and second place will qualify for the final. The other teams will play in the Plate competition, and the winner will be placed ninth in the competition table.
The U19 World Cup is being held in the Caribbean for the first time, and will include sixteen teams. The top eleven teams from the previous tournament will automatically qualify, while five regional qualification tournament winners will also qualify. The U19 World Cup is a showcase for the future of the game, and is also the biggest youth tournament in the world. In addition to the final, there are three other important matches: the Plate and Super League quarter-finals, and the Group stage.