Indian team showed brilliant performance in the final match of the Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup, won the title by defeating England by seven wickets
Dehradun. In the first edition of the Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup, the Indian team performed brilliantly and won the title. He defeated England by seven wickets in the final. The first edition of the Men’s Senior T20 World Cup was won by the Indian team. In 2007, he defeated Pakistan under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Talking about the final of the Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup, there were many exciting moments to be seen during the match. Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra was cheering the team while sitting in the stands, while the women’s team danced a lot after the victory.
After the victory in the final, a video of the Indian team is becoming very viral. Actually, Indian players danced a lot to the song ‘Kala Chashma’ after the victory. Its video was shared by the ICC itself. Before the final, Neeraj Chopra reached the dressing room of the Indian team. He gave tips to the Indian team to stay positive before an important match like the final. Its pictures were shared by the BCCI.
After reaching the dressing room, Neeraj Chopra was seen in the stands watching the final. He enjoyed the match sitting in the spectators’ gallery. Neeraj also shared a video regarding the match on social media. Team India defeated England by seven wickets in the final. India created history by winning. Batting first, the entire England team was reduced to 68 runs. In response, India achieved the target by losing three wickets in 14 overs.
Like the Indian women’s team, in last year’s Men’s Under-19 World Cup, India defeated England in the final and emerged champions. It is a strange coincidence that both the Indian Under-19 men’s and women’s teams have become champions by defeating England. India won the Under-19 World Cup last year under the captaincy of Yash Dhull. However, that tournament was played in the 50-over format. At the same time, Shefali Verma was the captain of the women’s team.