Michael Vaughan praised the India U-19 team on Twitter.
According to Michael Vaughan, the future of Indian cricket “seems secure.”
Ramiz Raja has represented Pakistan in 255 international matches.
Michael Vaughan came to Twitter following India’s crushing of Australia in the second semi-final to laud the team, adding that Indian cricket’s “future seems assured.”
After India’s win against Australia on Wednesday in the U19 World Cup semifinals, former England captain Michael Vaughan had all praise for India captain Yash Dhull. It was Dhull’s stunning century that helped the Indians reach their third consecutive final in the competition. The final of the U19 World Cup will take place on February 5 at the Sir Vivian Richard Stadium in Antigua. India’s “future appears safe” after their crushing of Australia in the second semi-final, according to Vaughan on Twitter.
“The batting of India’s U19 team was top-notch… India’s national team appears to have a bright future… Yash Dhull is a stunning sight to behold “On Twitter, Vaughan commented.
India defeated Pakistan by a score of 96 runs.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, India got off to a slow start in the encounter.
Both English Raghuvanshi and Harnoor Singh, the four-time champions’ opening pair, were cheaply defeated.
Dhull and vice-captain Shaik Rasheed, on the other hand, took matters into their own hands and forged a 200-run third-wicket stand.
Dhull became only the third Indian skipper to strike a century in the premier tournament after Virat Kohli and Unmukt Chand.
With a strike rate of 100, the 19-year-old smashed 10 boundaries and one six.
“My strategy with Rasheed was to bat through to the end, and it was successful. It’s a proud occasion (to be the third Indian captain to score a U19 WC tonne after Virat Kohli and Unmukt Chand). We were instructed not to try too many shots and keep batting until the 40th over was over. Rasheed and I have a good batting partnership, and it was evident in our performance “Speaking after the game, Dhull said:
Unfortunately, Dhull was bowled out for 110 while backing up, and Rasheed was caught on the following delivery, thus he fell 6 runs short of a century.
India reached 290 for five after a late surge by Dinesh Bana (20).
Against Australia, Lachlan Shaw struck a superb 51 to help his team to a total of 191 runs.