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Twitter reactions: Yash Dhull’s stunning ton helps India beat Australia to reach the finals of U-19 WC 2022

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In the high-voltage semi-final clash of the ongoing Under-19 World Cup 2022, India defeated Australia to reach their fourth successive U-19 World Cup final on Wednesday.

Opting to bat first, the ‘Boys in Blue’ had a terrible start after losing both the openers – Angkrish Raghuvanshi (0) and Harnoor Singh (16) – for just 37 in 12.3 overs. Before Australia could capitalise further, the Indian captain and vice-captain duo of Yash Dhull and Shaik Rasheed teamed up to form an inspirational partnership to bring back India into the game.

Dhull smashed a tremendous century while Rasheed fell just six runs short of the triple-figure mark, as India posted 290/5 in their allotted 50 overs. The pair of Dhull and Rashid stitched a game-changing 204 run stand for the third wicket before the Indian skipper got run out for a well-made 110.

In response, the Aussies never looked in any comfort as they eventually got all out for just 194, losing the contest by 96 runs. Middle-order batter Lachlan Shaw was the top-scorer for his team, smashing 51 off 66 before he was cleaned up by Ravi Kumar (2/37), who also drew the first blood by removing opener Teague Wyllie (1) in the second over of Australian innings.

However, the pick of the bowler for India was Vicky Ostwal, who bagged a three-wicket haul while conceding 42 runs in his quota of 10 overs. Nishant Sindhu also shined with the ball taking a couple of scalps for 25 in six overs.

India will now meet England in the finals of the tournament, which will be played at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Saturday (February 05).

Here is how Twitter reacted:

WHAT. A. PERFORMANCE! 💪 👌

India U19 beat Australia U19 by 9⃣6⃣ runs & march into the #U19CWC 2022 Final. 👏 👏 #BoysInBlue #INDvAUS

This is India U19’s 4th successive & 8th overall appearance in the U19 World Cup finals. 🔝

Scorecard ➡️ https://t.co/tpXk8p6Uw6 pic.twitter.com/tapbrYrIMg

— BCCI (@BCCI) February 2, 2022

The captain Yash Dhull brings up his first hundred and I am sure it’s just the start of a wonderful journey. #INDvAUS #Under19WorldCup2022

— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) February 2, 2022

India becomes the first team to make it to the 4 consecutive Under-19 World Cup Finals (2016, 2018, 2020, 2022).

No other team made it to more than 2 finals in a row.#U19WorldCup #INDvAUS

— Kausthub Gudipati (@kaustats) February 2, 2022

Yash Dhull has a unique array of shots. Will be a tough customer to contend with in the future. IPL auction in a week,he will be sort after. Bargain hunters like the @rajasthanroyals will show interest. looking forward to this fella getting an opportunity. #IPLAuction2022

— Brad Hogg (@Brad_Hogg) February 3, 2022

What an incredibly dominating performance by India U-19. Fourth consecutive final. Wow 🤩 And this time…unlike the last few editions, our team has no first-class cricket experience (due to Covid). Let’s get the 🏆 home 🥳🥳 #U19CWC #INDvAUS

— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) February 3, 2022

A captain’s knock from Yash Dhull 🤩#INDvAUS | #U19CWC pic.twitter.com/VOI8WRhGOx

— ICC (@ICC) February 2, 2022

Captain’s knock 🔥#INDvAUS | #U19CWC pic.twitter.com/HB2o6kbcY0

— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) February 2, 2022

This is a Yash Dhull and Shaik Rasheed appreciation post. A brilliant partnership which gave away their very mature understanding of the 50 over format. Come on colts #INDvAUS

— Jatin Sapru (@jatinsapru) February 2, 2022

4️⃣ U19 World Cup Finals in a row!💙

A 2️⃣0️⃣4️⃣ run stand between captain Yash Dhull and vice-captain Shaik Rasheed followed by a clinical bowling display, propelled 🇮🇳 to a big win over Australia.👏

The #BoysInBlue will face England in the final on Saturday! 🙌#U19CWC 📸: @BCCI pic.twitter.com/UNF10EqZvD

— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) February 3, 2022

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