IND vs AUS under 19 World Cup, young players won hearts

Murugan Abhishek and Naman Tiwari Conversation Viral: 

In the final of Under 19 World Cup (Under 19 World Cup 2024 Final) (India U19 vs Australia U19, Final), Australia defeated the Indian team by 79 runs. Indian team's dream of winning the World Cup for the sixth time was shattered. Even though the Indian team could not win the title, young players Murugan Abhishek and Naman Tiwari definitely won the hearts of the Indian fans. In fact, when the Indian team was almost on the verge of defeat, both the players said something to each other during the match which made the fans crazy. Fans are saluting his spirit. This happened when India needed 103 runs from 75 balls to win and only 2 wickets were left. At that time Murugan Abhishek and Naman Tiwari were present at the crease.

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The Indian team was only two wickets away from defeat. Disappointment was clearly visible on the faces of both the players. But both of them did not let the disappointment of defeat dominate them. What happened was that during the 38th over, both the players were talking to each other, which was captured by the stump mic. In which Tiwari says to his fellow player Abhishek. "Remember that you will lose but you will learn from here." The video of this conversation between the two is going viral on social media. Fans are seeing positive changes within themselves after listening to both of them. A lot of comments are also coming on this video. 

Tiwari Saying to Murugan:

"Yaad rakha, haarenge par sekhh ke jayenge!!"

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Talking about the match, Australia, batting first, scored a challenging score of 253 runs for seven wickets in the stipulated 50 overs. In response, the Indian team was out after scoring 174 runs in 43.5 overs. For Australia, Harjas Singh (55 runs on 64 balls, three fours, three sixes), Harry Dixon (42 runs on 56 balls), captain Hugh Wiebgen (48 runs on 66 balls) and Oliver Peak (46 not out on 43 balls) Made useful contribution.

For India, fast bowler Raj Limbani took three wickets for 38 runs while left arm fast bowler Naman Tiwari took two wickets for 63 runs in nine overs. While batting for India, Adarsh ​​Singh scored 47 runs and Murugan Abhishek scored 42 runs.