Under-19 World Cup: Keacy Carty, Keemo Paul Help West Indies Beat India to Win Maiden Title

14 Feb 2016    08:47 pm

India got off to a horrendous start. In-form Rishabh Pant was stumped in an unusual manner with West Indian keeper Tevin Imlach showing presence of mind to fox the Indian opener, who was standing out of his crease while leaving an away going delivery.

Ishan Kishan, who has had a poor Under-19 World Cup, ended his disappointing run in the tournament when he was adjudged leg before wicket off Alzarri Joseph. Replays however showed that the ball had pitched outside the leg-stump.

Indian skipper, Ishan Kishan, meanwhile, blamed his side's poor catching for their defeat. "The bowlers bowled in the right areas. In the fielding, we were good in the beginning but we dropped crucial catches," he said.