Chief Mehedi Hasan struck three fours in his unbeaten 55, and included 113 with Zakir Hasan
A mind blowing 113-run fifth-wicket stand between chief Mehedi Hasan and Zakir Hasan guided Bangladesh Under-19s to the semi-finals in the wake of finishing a six-wicket win against Nepal Under-19s in Dhaka. The weight relentlessly based on the pair after Joyraz Sheik was rejected for a patient 38. In any case, they found the limit, turned the strike, and arranged fifties in the process as Bangladesh achieved the objective with 10 balls to save.
Prior in the pursuit, Nepal had worn down the wickets and picked up a slight edge regardless of commitments from Joyraz and Pinak Ghosh (32). Off spinner Sunil Dhamala was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 2 for 33 from his 10 overs.
Raju Rijal had set up Nepal's score of 211 with a familiar 80-ball 72, which highlighted eight fours and a six. He hung helpful stands of 44, 51, and 32 with Dhamala (25), Arif Sheik (21), and Rajbir Singh. Some valuable cameos let down the request helped squeeze out 51 from the last 10 overs. Quick bowler Mohammad Saifuddin grabbed 2 for 38.
Karim Janat crushed a 132-ball 156 to impel Afghanistan Under-19s to a gigantic 226-run triumph against Fiji Under-19s in the ninth-place playoff in Cox's Bazar. In the wake of being embedded to bat, Afghanistan heaped on 340 for 9 and afterward knocked down some pins out Fiji for 114 in the 32nd over. Perwez Malakzai (74 off 69) consolidated with Janat to include 130 in a fourth-wicket stand to protect Afghanistan from 47 for 3.
The center and lower request all contributed with convenient cameos to include 73 in the last 44 balls. Peni Wuniwaqa grabbed three 3 for 41 and T Veitacini asserted two scalps.
Fiji were never truly in the pursuit in the wake of losing Delaimatuku Maraiwai off the main chunk of the innings. They were soon lessened to 18 for 5 preceding Malakai Cokovaki (25) and Josaia Baleicikoibia (29) shared a 50-run stand. Another cluster of wickets soon fell and Fiji were packaged out. Nijat Masood returned figures of 6-1-6-3, while Rashid Khan guaranteed 3 for 16.
An aggregate rocking the bowling alley exertion, drove by Jeremy Ives, trailed by a fifty from opener Shaun Snyder helped Zimbabwe Under-19s seal an agreeable win against Canada Under-19s in the ninth pace play-off quarter-last.
Subsequent to having selected to bat, Canada were immediately decreased to 21 for 2 and after that 56 for 3. Cruel Thakur (23), Amish Taploo (37), Abraash Khan (32), Arslan Khan (31) all got begins in the center request, however gave it away. Moderate left-arm turning all-rounder Ives was the pick of the bowlers for Zimbabwe with figures of 3 for 30. The lower request additionally battled for energy as Canada slithered to 186 for 8.
Ives featured with the bat too, making an unbeaten 43 off 55 balls to control his side home. It came after a solid opening association of 89 in the middle of Snyder and Wesley Madhevere. While Madhevere was rejected for 31, Snyder went onto stroke his second progressive half-century. Ives and William Mashinge added 46 together to guarantee that the pursuit was finished in 31.4 overs with six wickets close by.