In pictures: A record fourth U-19 World Cup title for India

India opener Manoj Kalra spearheaded the Indian run chase with an unbeaten century as the Boys in Blue beat Australia by eight wickets in the U-19 World Cup final.

India opener Manjot Kalra celebrates his century and acknowledges the cheers after his exploits. Kalra finished with a unbeaten 101. He becomes the fifth batsman to score a century in the U-19 World Cup final. Photo: AFP
Shubman Gill had an outstanding tournament as he finished as the highest run-getter and fittingly walked away with the Man of the Series award. Here, Gill plays a shot in the final against Australia. Photo: AFP
Kamlesh Nagarkoti became the talk of the town after his exploits with the ball. Nagarkoti clocked regularly in excess of 140kph. In the final, Nagarkoti returned with figures of 9-0-41-2. Photo: AFP
Crowds turned out in large numbers to support the Indian team at the Mount Maunganui Stadium. Photo: AFP
The moment the players have been waiting for. After Desai sends the ball to the fence to hit the winning runs, the Indian team rushes on to the ground to celebrate the win. Photo: AFP
India's Manjot Kalra (left) and Harvik Desai celebrate the win after Desai knocked off the winning runs. Photo: AFP
India skipper Prithvi Shaw celebrates and thanks the fans. Photo: AFP
Players take a selfie after their victory lap. Photo: AFP
Fans back home weren't left far behind. A scene from Patna in Bihar after Prithvi Shaw's team trumped Australia in the final. Photo: PTI