The last time India played the semi-finals in the Men's U19 World Cup was

India will play in the semi-finals of the U19 World Cup for the fifth consecutive time. They will face hosts South Africa in the 2024 edition of the tournament on Tuesday, February 6 in Benoni.

Having won all their matches so far, Uday Saharan and his boys have been defeating every opponent that comes in their way. However, it could be a tough test against South Africa, making it a highly anticipated and potentially interesting encounter.

After winning the tournament a record five times and finishing runner-up three times, India Tasted substantial success in U19 World Cup semi-finals.

On that note, let's take a look at what happened the last time they appeared in a U19 World Cup semi-final:


India beats Australia by 96 runs in 2022 U19 World Cup semi-finals

India faced Australia in the second semi-final of the last edition of the U19 World Cup in the West Indies. captain Yash Dhul There was no hesitation in batting first after winning the toss.

However, his team was in trouble when Australia sent back both the openers with just 37 runs on the board. After this Dhull came to the crease and came sheikh rashid For the company, both of them made a huge partnership of 204 runs for the third wicket.

After bearing the pressure early on, runs started flowing from both ends and both batsmen displayed a variety of shots which proved why they are held in such high regard.

Rashid fell just six runs short of a good century. However, captain Yash Dhull completed his century before being run out for 110 runs. After the platform set by Rashid and Dhull, India needed an explosive finish and it was Dinesh Bana who stepped up.

Facing only four balls, the wicketkeeper hit two fours and two sixes, as India finished with a challenging score of 290/5. Runs on the board were always going to be India's advantage in a tough knockout game, and Australia could not get going in their innings.

Vicky Ostwal was one of the Indian bowlers to bounce back with figures of 3/42 as Australia continued to lose wickets at regular intervals. Lachlan Shaw was his team's top scorer with 51 runs and this showed how their batsmen could not convert their starts into big scores.

Australia were bundled out for 194, giving Yash Dhull and Co a massive 96-run win. India played a thrilling final against England, winning the game by four wickets and lifting their fifth U19 World Cup title.

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