India, coached by Rahul Dravid, proceeded with their strength in the Asia Cup as they secured the U-19 title by vanquishing Sri Lanka in the last at the R Premadasa stadium in Colombo on Friday.
This was India's second win in the Asia Cup U-19 competition, having won the title in 2013/14 by crushing Pakistan by 40 runs and sharing the trophy in the principal release held in Malaysia in 2012/13.
India, who had entered the last undefeated, won the hurl and batted and their top request made strong commitments. Prithvi Shaw (39) and Himanshu Rana shared a strong 67-run opening association. Rana, who had scored a fifty and a century in the alliance stages, proceeded with his awesome frame to indent up 71. He was given great support by Shubhman Gill, who crushed 70 and shared a 88-run remain for the second wicket.
At 203/2, India were gazing at a sum of more than 300 however some restrained playing from the Sri Lankans brought about only 70 keeps running in the last 10 overs. Nipun Ransika and Praveen Jayawickrama grabbed three wickets each as India wound up on 273/8.
Accordingly, Sri Lanka lost Vishva Chaturanga economically yet they were floated by a remain of 92 between Reven Kelly and Hasitha Boyagoda. Kelly crushed 62 and searched useful for a major score yet he trudged Abhishek Sharma straight to profound mid wicket.
At 196/3, Sri Lanka seemed to be on course yet two or three wickets from Rahul Chahar (3/22) and a couple more from Sharma (4/37) brought about a crumple where the hosts lost seven wickets for 43 runs.
Himanshu Rana and Shubhman Gill were the main run-scorers for India in the competition while Chahar was the main wicket-taker.