What a day for Indian cricket! A legend of the game, a great leader relieved himself from the responsibility of captaincy while far away another young leader had the privilege to don the captain’s hat for the Under 19 World Cup 2022. India's campaign in the World Cup kicked off on Saturday with a match against South Africa U19 at Providence Stadium, Guyana in West Indies.
The Yash Dhull-led side had a troublesome start of the game as the batting team suffered a few early dismissals in the form of Haarnoor Singh (1 off 3) and Angkrish Raghuvanshi (5 off 15). With two wickets down, the skipper came out on the crease and much to everyone's expectation held the fort from one side. He kept on playing a gritty knock while wickets kept falling from the other end. Dhull led from the front and scored 82 off 100 balls but things went downhill after his run-out which came about from a brilliant piece of work from Simelane.
Here's all you need to know about the youngster.
Age: Born on November 11, 2002. He is 19 years of age.
Height: 5 feet and 9 inches tall.
Hails from: New Delhi. He resides in the Janakpuri area of New Delhi.
Jersey Number: 22
Batting style: Right hand bat
Bowling style: Right arm offbreak
Teams Played: Delhi U14, Delhi U16, Delhi U19, India U19
School: Bal Bhavan International School in Dwarka
Trains at: Delhi Capitals Bal Bhavan Academy.
Early preference: Bowling
Family: Father, Mother & sister
Sibling: Elder sister
Yash Dhull in his best capacities has displayed great potential for the future and his knock could be a tribute to Kohli, who once won the U19 World Cup for the nation. Dhull is one of the exciting prospects to represent the national side in future.