Before the final of the U-19 World Cup, the father told this to captain Yash in a video call, the coach gave him special advice

At the Under-19 Cricket World Cup, India defeated Australia in the semi-finals to reach the final. Indian captain Yash Dhool performed brilliantly in this match. Now the final match will be played against England on February 5. Before the final, Yash’s coach, Pradeep Kochhar, has given him some special advice. Along with this, it has also become known what Team India’s plan is regarding the final. Yash’s father has also reacted before the final.

Pradeep Kochhar, coach of Indian captain Yash Dhool, said in a special chat with ABP News: “I told Yash if the Indian team bats first then try to play the full 50 overs. The way Yash has built innings against Australia in the semi-final, he is also expected to play something special in the final, he is a very mature batsman compared to his age.

Yash’s father, Vijay Dhool, has also shared interesting things. He said in a conversation with us: “When Yash was found to be Kovid-19 positive after the first World Cup match, he had to stay in quarantine. During this, we used to have video calls every day to cheer him up. All the staff at U-19 support, including VVS Laxman and Hrishikesh Kanitkar, also used to talk to Yash continuously on video calls.

Referring to the conversation he had with Yash before the final match, he said: “I spoke with Yash for 3-4 minutes before the final match. He has said that if we play as expected, the country will definitely bring the trophy.

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We inform you that the final of the U-19 World Cup between India and England will be played on February 5. Previously, India had defeated Australia by 96 runs in the semi-finals. Yash Dhool scored a brilliant century in this match. He scored 110 runs from 110 balls. Yash’s entries also included 10 fours and a six.

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