U19 WC 2022: Raj Bawa was the hero of the final match, 74 years ago Dada brought Olympic gold in hockey

India’s youth team has once again become the winner of the U-19 World Cup. In the final match, the Indian team (India U19 Team) won this trophy by defeating England (England U19 Team) by 4 wickets. The all-rounder Raj Angad Bawa played a major role in this victory for India. This player first showed himself amazing in bowling and then in difficult situations by making the necessary associations, he led the team on the path of victory. Raj Bawa was named ‘Man of the Match’ for this great performance.

As the England team came out to bat first, Raj Bawa along with Ravi Kumar dispersed the top and middle order of the team. Raj Bawa took 5 wickets for 31 runs. The result was that the English team only made 189 races. After this, even when it came to hitting, Raj Bawa became the lender of the team. He teamed up with Nishant Sandhu (50) at a time when the team was in difficult conditions. Chasing the target of 190 runs, the Indian team had lost four wickets for 97 runs. From here, Nishant and Raj shared a 67-race partnership to return the team to victory again. Raj Bawa was fired after scoring 35 runs. But by then he had all but secured India’s victory.

Raj Angad Bawa’s grandfather, Tarlochan Bawa, was an Olympic gold medalist. He was a member of the Indian hockey team that won the gold medal at the 1948 Olympics in the United Kingdom. Tarlochan scored 1 goal in the hockey final held at the 1948 Olympics. In this match, the Indian team won the gold medal by winning 4-0.

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Raj Bawa scored an unbeaten 162 from 108 balls against Uganda in this World Cup group match. Thanks to his innings, India defeated Uganda by a wide margin of 326 runs. This Raj Bawa tackle is by far the biggest tackle ever played by an Indian at the U-19 World Cup. Previously, this registration was in the name of Shikhar Dhawan. Dhawan played 155 innings against Scotland at the Under-19 World Cup held in Dhaka in 2004.

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