ICC U19 World Cup 2022 -   7th Match |  ENGU19  vs  BANU19
ENGU19 vs BANU19 7th Match, ICC U19 WC 2022
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ENGU19
98-325.1
BANU19
35.2 97-10
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England U19 won by 7 wickets
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ENGU19
98-325.1
England U19 won by 7 wickets
BANU19
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35.297-10
CRR : 3.89
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The England U19s sit comfortably at the top of Group A with 2 points and a healthy NRR of 1.9. That's all from us for today's game. Until the next one, take care, and stay safe!
England U19 skipper Tom Prest: It was a perfect start for us. We couldn't have asked for anything better. As for the toss, it was a good toss to lose. Boyden has been really good for us in recent times. He is good at swinging the ball at the beginning to the left-handers. Our fielding was also good. While we didn't start too well with the bat, we dominated as the game progressed.
Bangladesh U19 skipper Rakibul Hasan: I think we didn't do well as a batting unit. We need to improve on that aspect. We have some players who can bat well towards the end. So, if we start well, we can utilise our depth well. I believe we bowled well, but the second half was easier for batting. I am happy with our bowling and fielding. We have two games remaining. We have to play our best cricket to win both of them.
Man of the Match - Josh Boyden : It was a great performance from the boys. Always good to take a few wickets. We spoke before the start of the game and thought that bowling full is the right option. We need to take what we did well from this game and carry it forward to the next games.  
All of Ashiqur Zaman, Rakibul Hasan, and Ripon Mondol looked very good for Bangladesh. However, with just 97 runs on the board, it was never enough for them to put the opposition under pressure with their bowling.
A comfortable two points for the England U19s. They started off well and never let the Bangladesh U19s take control of the game. Despite chasing a rather low total, the 65-run partnership between Jacob Bethell and James Rew was significant as it made sure the English boys ended up on the winning side.
25.1 A Islam to J Rew
1 THAT'S IT! ENGLAND COME OUT WITH A THUMPING VICTORY OVER BANGLADESH! Islam tosses it up on the good length, Rew nudges gently to leg and takes a quick single to hit the winning runs! A brilliant all round performance by England!
Anirudh comes back for 1 run. 
Naimur Rohman Noyon
0-22(3.0)
OVER 25
0
6
2
1
W
6
William Luxton
6(1)
James Rew
25(38)
24.6 Noyon to W Luxton
6 Full at the stumps, and Luxton slog sweeps it over deep-midwicket for a six! What a shot to play on your first ball! The scores are level.
Out
J Bethell

J Bethell

44(63)

Run Out (A Islam)

  • 6s/

    2/

  • 4s

    4

  • SR

    69.84

24.5 Noyon to J Rew
W Full on leg, Rew flicks and take off for a quick single. It's a direct hit at the striker's end. It has been escalated to the TV umpire. The replay shows Bethell is short of his crease and has to return to the pavilion.
24.4 Noyon to J Bethell
1 Short and wide, Bethell cuts through the off-side for a run.
24.3 Noyon to J Bethell
2 Short this time, Bethell transfers his weight and pulls it on the leg-side. They run two.
24.2 Noyon to J Bethell
6 A touch fuller, Bethell dances down the track and smacks it right over the bowler's head for a SIX.
24.1 Noyon to J Bethell
0 Straight on good length, Bethell blocks.
Ripon Mondol
1-23(6.0)
OVER 24
4
0
0
0
4
1
James Rew
25(37)
Jacob Bethell
35(59)
23.6 R Mondol to J Bethell
1 Back of a length, Bethell rocks back and plays it on the off-side. They steal a quick single.
Series So Far

Man of the Match

Josh Boyden

Josh Boyden

England U19