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Emerging Asia Cup: India A defeated Bangladesh A, and will now meet Pakistan A in the final


Earlier, in the first semifinal, Pakistan A defeated Sri Lanka A by 60 runs to get to the final.

After defeating Bangladesh A by 51 runs in the quarterfinals here on Friday, India A set up a potentially explosive Emerging Asia Cup final against Pakistan A.

Bangladesh had India on the ropes, bowling them out for 211, a total made possible by captain Yash Dhull’s 66 off 85 balls.

However, the Indian spinners took advantage of the slightly tacky pitch to dismiss Bangladesh for 160 runs and celebrate a magnificent triumph.

Nishant Sindhu, a left-arm spinner, exacerbated Bangladesh’s collapse with a five-wicket haul (5 for 20).

Dhull, however, was the true hero of India’s win. He’s been referred to as a “cotton wool player” on the Indian domestic circuit, and his performance today demonstrated why.

Dhull, at the age of 20, has a much more level head on his shoulders. When India were 75 for 2 in the 19th over, the Delhi kid stepped to the middle.

Dhull was immediately confronted by a group of pinpoint Bangladesh bowlers, who used a hint of turn to maintain the shackles on Indian batsmen.

The majority of them fell in their attempt to step on the throttle, and Dhull was tasked with pushing the Indian innings.

He also handled the pressure well. Dhull batted for 30 overs in total during the match, and he was the last man out in the 50th over.

Dhull and Manav Suther combined 41 runs for the eighth wicket to help India get close to the 200-run mark, which they eventually surpassed.
However, the total appeared subpar once the Bangladesh colts thundered off the starting blocks. They scored at a rate of six runs per over as openers Tanzid Hasan (51, 56 balls) and Mohammad Naim (38, 40 balls) tormented Indian bowlers.
Bangladesh achieved 70 in just over 11 overs. However, when the ball began to lose its sheen and toughness, Indian spinners got their team back into the contest.
Suthar, a left-arm spinner, ejected Naim, starting a procession of Bangladesh batsmen back to the pavilion.They dropped the remaining nine wickets for 90 runs, completing a dramatic collapse as Sindhu worked his magic.Prior to the top match, Pakistan A defeated Sri Lanka A by 60 runs in the first semifinal.


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