In on-going International Cricket Council Under 19 World Cup in New Zealand, Indian team led by Prithvi Shaw defeated Zimbabwe in their third group match by 10 wickets and by doing so the team reached the quarterfinals.

From India’s side Shubman Gill scored unbeaten 90 runs and Indian bowler Anukul Roy grabbed four wickets for 20 runs.


Earlier, after winning the toss, Prithvi Shaw chose to bowl and dismissed Zimbabwe for 154 in a Group B match of the U-19 World Cup.

Zimbabwe batsman Milton Shumba was top-scorer from their side with 36 runs off 59 balls.


Indian spinner Anukul Roy was the leading wicket-taker for India with four for 20 and Abhishek Sharma and speedster Arshdeep Singh took a couple of wickets each.

Brief scores: 154 all out in 48.1 overs (Shumba 36; Roy 4/20).

India: 155/0 (Gill 90*, Anukul 4/20)