India, Pakistan share U-19 Asia Cup after tied final
Chasing a target of 283, opening batsman Chand kept alive India's hope till the final over when seven runs were needed. But after Chand's dismissal, India were left with the task of scoring five off two balls.
Medium pacer Rush Kalaria, who had bagged 5-37, hit a four of the penultimate ball to bring the scores on par but departed in the final ball and India were left tied with Pakistan on 282 for eight in 50 overs.
India had started the chase well, with Chand and Baba Aparajith (90) adding 175 runs for the second wicket, having lost opening batsman Manan Vohra (11) in the fifth over.
After Aparajith's dismissal in the 37th over, Chand hardly got support at the other end as wickets started tumbling at regular intervals. Aaparjith's 90 came off 86 balls and were studded with 12 fours.
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