ICC U19 World Cup Final: Highest Run-Scorers, Wicket-Takers After IND v AUS U19 World Cup Final

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ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Final most runs, most wickets: Australia clinched victory in the ICC Under-19 World Cup 2024 Final, triumphing over India by a margin of 79 runs. This victory marks Australia’s fourth title in the tournament, their first in 14 years and their first-ever victory against India in ICC U19 World Cup Finals. Previously, India have defeated Australia in the finals of the ICC U19 World Cup on two occasions: in 2012 and 2018.

Australia, having won the toss, set a target of 254 runs after concluding their innings at 253/7. In reply, India aimed to surpass the ICC U19 World Cup record chase in the final but fell short, getting bundled out for 174 runs. The Indian team has encountered a persistent challenge of losing crucial matches in ICC finals and semi-finals, leading some fans on social media to dub them as “chokers.” 

Team India faced defeat against Australia in multiple high-stakes cricket finals: the WTC (World Test Championship) final, the World Cup final, and the U-19 World Cup final.

Check below list of highest wicket-takers, run-scorers after IND vs AUS ICC U19 World Cup 2024 Final

ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2024: Top 5 Highest Run-Scorers

Uday Saharan, captain of India U19 team, emerged as the top run-scorer of the ICC U19 World Cup 2024, amassing a total of 397 runs throughout the tournament.

1. Uday Saharan (India U19): 397 runs in seven matches

2. Musheer Khan (India U19): 360 runs in seven matches 

3. Harry Dixon (Scotland U-19): 309 runs in seven matches

4. Hugh Weibgen (Australia U19): 304 runs in seven matches  

5. Sachin Dhas (India U-19): 303 runs in seven matches 

ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2024: Top 5 Highest Wicket-Takers

Kwena Maphaka, the South African pacer, concluded the ICC U19 World Cup 2024 as the leading wicket-taker, having taken 21 wickets across six matches.

1. Kwena Maphaka (South Africa U19): 21 wickets in six matches 

2. Saumy Kumar Pandey (India U19): 18 wickets in seven matches 

3. Ubaid Shah (Pakistan U19): 18 wickets in six matches 

4. Tazeem Chaudry Ali (England U19): 14 wickets in four matches 

5. Callum Vidler (Australia U19): 13 wickets in six matches 

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