March 10, 2004
Highs and lows of the World Cup
The Pakistan team with the Under-19 Cricket World Cup after their victory over West Indies in the final in Dhaka on Friday.
Photo: FARJANA K. GODHULY/AFP/Getty Images
Rajneesh Gupta presents a comprehensive statistical summary of the recently concluded Under-19 World Cup.
Pakistan win U-19 World Cup
They beat the West Indies by 25 runs in the final.
Bangladesh win Plate title
The hosts beat Australia by eight runs in one of the most exciting matches of the ICC U-19 World Cup.
Dhawan is Man of the Tournament
The left-hander's total record was 505 runs in 7 matches at 84.16 with a strike rate of 93.51.
Windies look to avenge loss
Pakistan's strength has undoubtedly been their bowling and no side has managed to score over 200 against them.
West Indies romp into final
A 94-run victory over England in the second semi-final earned them a meeting with Pakistan in the final of the Under-19 World Cup on March 5.
India go down to Pakistan
India were dumped out of the Under-19 World Cup by Pakistan who beat them by five wickets in the semi-final.
Australia reach Plate final
Australia beat Ireland by 49 runs to reach the final of the Plate Championship.
Rayudu banned for one match
The ban was imposed by ICC Match Referee John Morrison and means that Rayudu will miss the match against Pakistan on 29 February.
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