ICC U19 World Cup: Before the semi-finals, Indian captain Yash Dhul revealed the plan

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Indian U-19 captain Yash Dhul has said the team will focus on building partnerships if they lose early wickets in the game against Australia in the U-19 World Cup semi-final on Wednesday. India bowled first in the quarter-finals to record a five-wicket victory over Bangladesh for 111 runs. However, while chasing the goal, India quickly lost wickets in the opening overs.

Yash Dhull told ANI at the press conference ahead of the semi-final against Australia: “Australian bowling attack is normal and as soon as we lose ground early we will focus on building partnerships. Our focus is building partnerships so we can escape with the death overs. “I can score more.”

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When asked how important VVS Laxman’s role was in the team, Yash Dhul said, “Mr. Laxman shared his experience with us, which is very important for the upcoming games and he has played a very important role in our camp.” .

The Indian team faced difficulties at the ICC U19 World Cup 2022 when, on the day of the match against Ireland last month, four players from the Indian team were confirmed to be corona positive by BCCI, including captain Yash Dhul and vice-captain SK Rashid. Were. To this, Captain Dhul said that this period was not difficult for the team as former batsman Laxman used to guide the players all the time.

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“It was not difficult as Mr. VVS Laxman used to guide us. So it was not difficult and our focus was on the Bangladesh match. We will play with a positive mind and set goals tomorrow,” the captain said.

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