Rishabh Pant, bowlers help India 'A' clinch title
Batting first, the English side scored 264-9 in the alloted 50 overs, thanks to 108 from Sam Hain and Liam Livingstone's 83
India 'A' beat England 'A' by five wickets to win the tri-series final here yesterday. Batting first, the English side scored 264-9 in the alloted 50 overs, thanks to 108 from Sam Hain and Liam Livingstone's 83.
Pacers Khaleel Ahmed and Deepak Chahar were the pick of the bowlers for India 'A' with 3-48 and 3-58 respectively. Pacer Shardul Thakur claimed two, while spinner Krunal Pandya bagged one wicket.
Both Chahar and Krunal have been called to join the Indian senior team which will play a limited overs series against England before the five-match Test series gets underway on August 1. In reply, Rishabh Pant, who enjoyed a very successful Indian Premier League-11, scored an unbeaten 64 as visitors chased the target with five wickets and 10 balls to spare.
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