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ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup Final: India's Turn To Have Two Batsmen At The Same End - WATCH Shocking Dismissal

Indian batsmen Dhruv Jurel and Atharva Ankolekar ran towards the same end during the 2020 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup final against Bangladesh, leaving match officials confused and fans fuming

ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup Final: India's Turn To Have Two Batsmen At The Same End - WATCH Shocking Dismissal
India and Pakistan batsmen at same ends. | Screengrabs
ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup Final: India's Turn To Have Two Batsmen At The Same End - WATCH Shocking Dismissal
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2020-02-09T18:45:55+05:30

The famed Indian batting line-up wilted under pressure as a superb Bangladeshi bowling attack shot the defending champions out for a paltry 177 in 47.2 overs in the final of the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup at Potchefstroom, South Africa on Sunday.

But the 'undefining moment' of the Indian innings came in the 43rd over when Dhruv Jurel and Atharva Ankolekar ran towards the same end, leaving match officials confused.

Watch it here:

via Gfycat

In a similar play, Pakistan captain Rohail Nazir ran Qasim Akram out during their semi-final match against India.

Relive the moment here:

Untitled from Cricket Fan on Vimeo.

And fans have a field day comparing the two. Here are some reactions:


Opener Yasashvi Jaiswal (88 off 121 balls) and middle-order batsman Tilak Varma (38 off 65) looked in control during their second-wicket stand, but seven batsmen getting out for single-digit scores, there's nothing to write about India's performance. Jurel was the other batsman to reached double figures (22 off (38).

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