New Delhi, Jan 3:
1) Manjot Kalra
There is no need for the introduction of this left-handed batsman and opener of the U-19 Indian team. After scoring a smashing century in 101 balls in Finals of u-19 world cup against Australia, Manoj image has been more strengthened. Having started the journey of World Cup with an excellent 86 runs against Australia, Manjot did not do well in next three matches.
Meanwhile, in the big semifinals against Pakistan, Kalra was back with form scoring 47 including 7 fours.
Before this, Kalra has proved his claim for a place in the U-19 World Cup team with a fine century against England in an away Youth Test. The left-hander hit 122 off 117 balls in that outing.
2) Prithvi Shaw
The under 19 World Cup captain Prithvi Shaw (2018) became the fourth Indian captain after Mohammad Kaif (2000), Virat Kohli (2008) and Unmukt Chand (2012) to win the ICC Under 19 World Cup title.
Considered as the next big thing in Indian Cricket, Mumbai batsman rose with his performance at the domestic level. Prithvi had a decent tournament with his bat, but with his captaincy, he has managed the team very nicely.
His highest score in the tournament of 94 runs came against Australia in the league stage.
3) Shubman Gill
The Indian batsman of U-19 World Cup team, Shubman Gill came out as one of the brightest cricket stars amongst Prithvi Shaw and Manjot Kalra.
Meanwhile, Shubman was with the aim of becoming the tournament's top scorer by putting another excellent display of batting against the Australians. But, he could only manage a total of 31 runs before being dismissed by Param Uppal.
But, Shubman Gill's contribution was enough to lift the record 4th title.
4) Shivam Mavi
The pacer Shivam Mavi took two wickets in finals of under 19 World cup resulting in a big win against Australia.
So far, the youngster has impressed with his performance, picking up eight wickets and allowing 124 runs at an economy of 4.09 runs per over. Mavi's best bowling figure in the tournament came against Australia where he took 3 wickets granting 45 runs to disassemble the Australian batting.
5) Kamlesh Nagarkoti
The Indian pacer Kamlesh Nagarkoti, has impressed everyone with his bowling speed nearly 150 kph.
Nagarkoti took 2 wickets in today's final of the U-19 world cup, with best figures of 3 for 18 against Bangladesh in the quarterfinal.