ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup Tanveer guides Australia in last over thriller

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Tanveer Sangha (right) receiving the Player of the Match award from Match Referee, Phil Whitticase


An unbroken 72-run stand in 70 balls for the seventh-wicket between Tanveer Sangha and Patrick Rowe helped Australia Under-19 record a thrilling four-wicket win with one ball to spare in their ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup Super League playoff semifinal encounter against Afghanistan Under-19 played at Potchesfstroom, South Africa yesterday.
Australia Under-19 needed 10 runs off the last over and Tanveer hoisted a six in the penultimate ball as they ended with 195 for six.

Tanveer made a match winning unbeaten knock of 46 in 40 balls that included five boundaries and a six while Patrick remained unbeaten on 22.
Earlier, Afghanistan Under-19 taking first lease of the wicket made a modest 191 which came on the back of an unbeaten 91 made by Farhan Zakhil which proved to be in vain.
Meanwhile, Zimbabwe Under-19 recorded a massive 172-run win over Scotland Under-19 to secure the 11th slot in their match played at Kimberley. MSA


At Potchesfstroom (Australia Under-19 won by four wickets)
Afghanistan Under-19: 191/7 in 50 overs (Abdul Rahman 24, Farhan Zakhil 91 n.o, Tanveer Sangha 4/41, Liam Scott 2/26)
Australia Under-19: 195/6 in 49.5 overs (Sam Fanning 62, Lachlan Hearne 48, Tanveer Sangha 46 n.o, Patrick Rowe 22 n.o, Jamshid Khan 2/28, M. Zohaib 2/38).
At Kimberley (Zimbabwe Under-19 won by 172 runs)
Zimbabwe Under-19: 354/8 in 50 overs (Tadiwanashe Marumani 90, Milton Shumba 69, Emmanuel Bawa 49, Dion Myers 40, Dane Schadendorf 35, Ben Davidson 2/44, Daniel Cairns 2/61, Charlie Peet 2/64)
Scotland Under-19: 182 in 33.4 overs (Daniel Cairns 58, Ben Davidson 25, Priviledge Chesa 5/49, Wesley Madhervere 2/18). 

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