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In Under-19 Cricket ODI World Cup; India beat New Zealand by 214 runs

South Africa:30/1/24:   In the Under 19 Men’s Cricket ODI World Cup, India defeated New Zealand by 214 runs in their first match of the Super Six stage at Bloemfontein in South Africa today. Put in to bat first, India posted 295 for 8 in the stipulated 50 overs. In reply, New Zealand were bundled out for a mere 81 runs in 28.1 overs. India will next take on Nepal on the 2nd of February in the second match of Super Six stage at the same venue.

 

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