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India’s Kaushal Tambe Hits Massive Six To Seal Victory Over Bangladesh In U-19 World Cup Super League Quarter-Final. Watch


Watch: Indias Kaushal Tambe Hits Massive Six To Seal Victory Over Bangladesh In U-19 World Cup Super League Quarter-Final

U-19 World Cup: Kaushal Tambe sealed India’s win with a massive six.© ICC/Instagram

India’s Kaushal Tambe hit a huge six off Bangladesh captain Rakibul Hasan to seal victory by five wickets in the U-19 World Cup Super League quarter-finals in Osbourn, Antigua on Saturday. With India chasing a total of 112 runs, Bangladesh bowlers went on the attack and grabbed an early wicket to peg India back. However, Angkrish Raghuvanshi and Shaik Rasheed combined to steady the ship. After finally removing Raghuvanshi, Bangladesh continued to strike at regular intervals and piled the pressure back on India.

However, India continued to keep the scoreboard ticking and Tambe found himself on strike in the 30th over when India needed just one more run to win from the remaining 20 overs with five wickets to spare.

After defending the first four bowls, Tambe hit Rakibul a huge six to seal victory.

Here is a video of the shot:

Earlier, left-arm seamer Ravi Kumar bowled a sensational opening spell as India ran through Bangladesh’s top order.

India won a good toss and Ravi made full use of the moisture underneath with initial movement in the air helping team’s cause.

Ravi, who has the natural ability to bring the ball back into right-handers, had right-handed Mahfijul Islam (2) beaten all-ends up to an inswinger in the second over.

His opening partner left-handed Iftakher Hossain (1) was done in by the slowness of the track as he tried to square cut and was held at point by vice-captain Shaikh Rasheed.

One drop batter Prantik Nawrose (7) was not at all comfortable during his stay and was late into the drive to a delivery that swung away only to offer a catch to Kaushal Tamble in the slips.

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Down at 14 for 3 in the eighth over, there was no coming back for Bangladesh boys as they started losing wickets at regular intervals before being bowled out for 111.

(With PTI inputs)

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