India face Bangladesh in the last of the ICC U-19 World Cup on Sunday. While this is the first occasion when that any Bangladesh group have arrived at the last of any ICC competition, India are hoping to win a record broadening fifth title and their second straight. The senior India, a couple of whom have played and won the competition in their more youthful years, sent their desires to the colts. The Board of Control for Cricket in India set up a video of the stars of the group sending their all the best to their U-19 partners from New Zealand.
The video included Cheteshwar Pujara, who said that he has been following the competition. "Might simply want to let you know folks to continue following a similar procedure, don't take any additional weight for the last. Simply continue playing your common game and I'm certain that you all will bring home the cup," said Pujara.
The video additionally included all rounder Vijay Shankar, Test wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha and Test bad habit chief Ajinkya Rahane.
"It's a major event and simply attempt to appreciate. Good karma folks," said Shankar.
"Continue overwhelming the manner in which you generally have been," said Saha.
"Regardless of which adversary you are confronting, simply impact them away!".