Bangladesh won the first World Cup

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CNB Desk: Bangladesh won the first title in the Under-5 World Cup in the bat of captain Akbar Ali. Bangladesh won the World Cup by beating four-time champion India by three wickets to win the tournament.

India was bowled out for the first time in the final of the Youth World Cup in South Africa on Sunday. The Bangladesh Youth team led by Akbar Ali confirmed the victory with 20 balls to spare.

As the rain started to fall in the middle of the game, the game was decided in 5 overs.

Earlier in the inauguration, Tanvid Hassan was in danger as he made a 5-run stand with Parvez Hossain Emon. The youngster returned for four runs, two fours and a six, before bowling a boundary.

After the start of the flight, the Bangladesh Under-5 team lost the wicket over time. Bangladesh lost 5 wickets for 5 runs. Indian leg spinner Ravi Vishnu could not play ball. The 8-year-old Indian leg-spinner returned the batsman to Bangladesh with just 5 runs in the first 4 overs. Mahmudul Hasan returned from the ball in the 8th over for the first time. Opener Parvez Hossain Eamon returned to his heart after suffering from leg pain in that over. After the third wicket fell, batting captain Akbar Ali. Tawhid returned to the innings after a score of zero runs.

Shahadat Hossain returned after being out for the bottom of the wicket. Shamim Hossain could not provide a suitable companion to Akbar Ali in such a difficult situation. He was dismissed for 25 runs. Abhishek Das was dismissed by Akbar Ali for 5 runs.

Parvez Hossain Eamon returned to bat after retiring with a heart attack after falling 5 wickets in 12 overs. In the seventh wicket, Ekman took a 52-run stand with Akbar Ali. Bangladesh dreamed of winning in this pair.

In the end, only 5 runs were needed for 1 ball. Eamon returned with a catch on the extra cover when he was forced to bat. Earlier, he scored 4 runs with 4 balls and four runs.

Akbar Ali and Rakibul Hasan provided two overs for the loss of 5 wickets.

Bangladesh captain Akbar Ali chose to field first after winning the toss in the ICC U-4 World Cup final at Pochefest South Africa on Sunday.

After losing the toss and batting, the Indian youth team was in danger. Abhishek Das returned to the Indian Open Divas Saxena by 5 runs.

After that, Jaswasi Jaswal repaired the innings with Tilak Verma, who went down three batting. This pair has suffered more from Bangladeshi youth. Jaswal and Verma scored two runs in the second wicket. Tanjim Hassan Shakib divorced Tilak Verma. Tilak Verma returned to the toss as the second batsman for the team. Earlier, he scored 4 runs with 4 balls and four fours.

The Bangladeshi youth returned to the Indian batsman’s backyard at regular intervals. Rakibul Hasan was quickly returned to Indian captain Priyam Garg.

Shariful Islam was hit in the Indian camp afterward. Indian opener Jaswal, who was batting great from the start of the innings, returned to the match. Jaswal returned the catch to Tanzim Hassan. Earlier, the Indian opener scored 4 runs off four fours and a six off 126 balls.

Siddhesh Bir, the second victim of Sharif before the batting made some sense. He returned to become LBW. Shariful made the chances of a hat-trick by taking two wickets in two consecutive balls. But in the next over, he did not get a hat-trick as he did not get any wicket success.

Then there were the Indian batsmen who were coming and going. Dhruv Jurel fell in the trap of a run-out with 22 off 9 balls. Robi Vishnu got the chance to score 2 runs off 5 balls. Abhishek Ankolekar returned bowled by Abhishek Das for 4 runs. Abhishek Das, a young pacer of Bangladesh team did not give Kartik Tyagi a chance to open the scoring. Tanzim Hassan Shakib dismissed Sushant Mishra as the last batsman to give India 5 runs.

Short score

India: 1/4 in 3.2 overs (Jaswal 3, Tilak Verma 1, Dhruv Jurel 22; Abhishek 1/3, Tanjid Hasan Shakib 2/21, Shariful Hasan 2/3).

Bangladesh: 1/4 in 12.4 overs (Parvez Hossain Emon 1, Akbar Ali 3 *, Tanjid Hasan Tamim 1; Robi Vishnu 1/3).

The result: Bangladesh won by 4 wickets in the rain law.

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