australian cricket make highest score in under 19 world cup final indian cricket team ind u19 vs aus u19. Australia made world record in the final of Under-19 World Cup, did wonders against India

By Nishu Bhardwaj February 11, 2024 9:43 PM IST

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IND U19 vs AUS U19 2024: In the final of the Under-19 World Cup, the Australian team defeated India by 79 runs. In this match, the Australian team decided to bat first, which proved to be correct. The Australian team gave India a target of 254 runs to win, in response to which the Indian team was all out for 174 runs. The Australian team has made a world record only on the basis of the excellent performance of the batsmen.

Australia made world record

The Australian team batted first and scored 253 runs. With this, the Australian team has created history in the Under-19 World Cup. This is the best score made by any team in the final of the Under-19 World Cup. Earlier, the best score in the final of the Under-19 World Cup was 242 runs, which was made by the England team in the year 1998. But now Australia has broken this big record of England.

Teams making the highest score in the final of Under-19 World Cup:

Australian team- 253 runs

England- 242 runs

New Zealand- 241 runs

Pakistan- 230 runs

Indian team- 227 runs

These players did wonders

The Australian team had a very bad start. When opener Sam Kontas returned to the pavilion without opening his account. After this, Harry Dixon and Hugh Wiebgen made an excellent partnership. Wiebgen scored 48 runs and Dixon scored 42 runs. These players gave a strong foundation to Australia. Harjas Singh and Oliver Peak scored runs on this foundation. Harjas scored 55 runs and Oliver scored 46 runs. Because of these players, the Australian team was successful in scoring 253 runs, which is the highest score in the history of the Under-19 World Cup final.

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