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Indian U-19 cricket team

India Under-19s
Captain: Vijay Zol
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The Indian Under-19 cricket team represents the nation of India in cricket at Under-19 level. The team is currently captained by Unmukt Chand and coached by former India cricketer Bharat Arun.

The Indian team has won three Under-19 World Cups. In 2000, they won it under the captaincy of Mohammad Kaif and in 2008, they won it under Virat Kohli's leadership and in 2012 under the captaincy of Unmukt Chand. The team also has the best win percentage in ODIs (75%) among all Under-19 national teams.[1]

Recent Performances

India Under-19s captain unmukt chand led his side to the title with an unbeaten century as the visitors overhauled Australia Under-19s' 365 with six wickets to spare in the final in Townsville to win the Under-19 Cricket World Cup.[2]

India Under-19 cricket team won the 2013 Top End Under-19 Series in Australia against Australia and Newzeland.India Under-19 won the tournament againist Australia Under-19 by eight wickets in the final.[3]

Performances at Under-19 World Cups

Year Host Result
1988  Australia
1998  South Africa
2000  Sri Lanka Champions
2002  New Zealand
2004  Bangladesh
2006  Sri Lanka
2008  Malaysia Champions
2010  New Zealand
2012  Australia Champions

2013 Under-19s squad

Squad for 2013 Top End Under-19 Series

  • Vijay Zol (c)
  • Sanju Samson (vc, wk)
  • Akhil Herwadkar
  • Shreyas Iyer
  • Deepak Hooda
  • Mohammad Saif
  • Sarfaraz Khan
  • Ricky Bhui
  • Abhimanyu Lamba
  • Rishi Arothe
  • Atul Singh
  • CV Milind
  • Aamir Gani
  • Kuldeep Yadav
  • Ankush Bains (wk)

References

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