May 30, 1 year ago

Pakistan U19 won the 2nd One-dayer by 3 Wickets

Pakistan U19 won the 2nd One-dayer by 3 Wickets

Pakistan U19 won the 2nd 50 over match played against Sri Lanka U19, thus levelling the ongoing Youth ODI Series. They won the match which was played at MRICS, Hambantota by 3 wickets.

Sri Lanka, who elected to bat after winning the toss, scored 220 runs for the loss of 8 wickets at the end of 50 overs. Avishka Tharindu was the top scorer for the Lankan U19s, as he made 54 runs from 78 balls, which included 05 boundaries. Rohan Sanjaya added 45 runs from 59 balls. His knock included 04 boundaries.

In Bowling for Pakistan, Junaid Khan captured 2 wickets by conceding 39 runs from his 10 overs, while Akhtar Shah also captured 2 wickets for 32 runs, bowling 07 overs.

In reply, Pakistan U19s reached the target in 49.5 overs. Captain Rohail Nazir was the top scorer for the visiting team, with a knock of 87 scored from 98 balls. His knock included 7 boundaries. Haider Ali scored 56 runs from 60 balls and his innings included 6 boundaries.

In Bowling for Sri Lanka, Dilshan Madushanka captured 2 wickets for 27 runs, bowling 8 overs, whilst Navod Paranavithana captured 02 wickets for 51 runs. He bowled 9.5 overs.

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