Under-19 World Cup 2020: India's road to the semifinal

India reached the Under-19 World Cup semifinal, after it beat Australia in the at Potchefstroom on January 28, 2020. Here’s how it got there.

Kartik Tyagi pushed Australia on the backfoot, picking two wickets in the first over of the run chase.   -  ICC

Defending champion India marched into the Super League semis with a convincing 74-run victory against Australia in the first quarterfinal at Potchefstroom.

Opener Yashasvi Jaiswal scored his third fifty in four World Cup games and along with all-rounder Atharva Ankolekar, was instrumental in lifting India to an eventually match winning total. Ankolekar provided a flourishing finish for India, reaching his half-century with a six in the last over.

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And India's right-arm pacer Kartik Tyagi then took three wickets in his first two overs to put Australia on the backfoot, setting his team on course for a big win. As the Indian Colts brace up for their semifinal challenge against arch-rival Pakistan, we take a look how the India U-19s got there.

India U19 vs Sri Lanka U19, at Bloemfontein, Jan 19 2020: India U19 won by 90 runs

India U19 vs Japan U19, at Bloemfontein, Jan 21 2020: India U19 won by 10 wickets (with 271 balls remaining)

India U19 vs NZ U19, at Bloemfontein, Jan 24 2020: India U19 won by 44 runs (D/L method)

India U19 vs Australia U19, at Potchefstroom, Super League Quarterfinal 1, Jan 28 2020: India U19 won by 74 runs

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