ICC U19 World Cup 2020, Day 9 Round Up – Statistical Highlights
All the statistical highlights from the last day of league matches of the U19 CWC 2020.
Updated - Jan 26, 2020 2:09 pm
As many as four matches were played on the last day of the group-stage but none of them produced any surprise results. In a virtual knockout between South Africa and UAE, the home side won by 23 runs on the DLS method to qualify for the quarter-final. Chasing 300 to win, the UAE team got off to a good start but a few wickets here and there brought their scoring rate down and cost them the QF spot. England and Sri Lanka got the better of Nigeria and Japan respectively while Zimbabwe also defeated Scotland by a big margin.
All the statistical highlights from the last day of league matches of the U19 CWC 2020:
2 – George Hill and Hashmatullah Qadri picked up 4-wicket hauls for England in the game against Nigeria. This was only the 2nd instance of two players claiming 4-wicket hauls for England in Youth ODIs. The other such occasion came against Bermuda in the 2004 U19 CWC game.
5 – Bryce Parsons has six fifty-plus scores in Youth ODI cricket as captain. He picked up at least one wicket in five of those six matches. Parsons’ five Youth ODIs as a captain with 50+ runs and 1+ wickets are the 2nd most behind Mehidy Hasan Miraz who achieved this double on 8 instances.
15 – Wesley Madhevere now has featured in 15 U19 World Cup matches; the joint-most appearances by a player for Zimbabwe. He has scored 391 runs and claimed 31 wickets in the competition; the most by a player for Zimbabwe. Hamilton Masakadza, Tatenda Taibu and Sean Williams also featured in 15 U19 CWC matches for Zimbabwe.
43 – Japan were bowled out for 43 in 18.3 overs against Sri Lanka. Only five teams have been bowled out for a lower score in Youth ODI cricket including Japan (41 vs India) in their last match.
This is the lowest ever total for any team against Sri Lanka in Youth ODI cricket. Zimbabwe were rolled over for just 63 by the Lankans in the 2017 Tri-Nation series in South Africa.
162 – The game between Japan and Sri Lanka is now the 2nd shortest completed match in the Youth ODI history. It was wrapped up in 27 overs after being reduced to 22 overs-a-side. The shortest completed game in this format is the 2004 U19 CWC game between Australia and Scotland. The match was completed in 158 balls as Scotland were bowled out for 22 in 22.5 overs and Aussies chased the target of 23 in 3.5 overs.
234 – England completed their chase of 59 runs against Nigeria with 234 balls to spare; the 2nd biggest win in Youth ODI cricket. Their largest win in terms of balls to spare in this format is by 236 balls against Bermuda in the 2008 U19 CWC while chasing a 56-run target.