The colts of West Indies has created history after winning the U 19 World Cup in Bangladesh. They defeated the tournament favorite India in the final at Mirpur, Dhaka. The defeat of India resembles 1983 World Cup final where mighty West Indies bowed down to underdog India. So, in the same line the history of 1983 repeated in 2016 U 19 World Cup where West Indies, who struggle throughout the group stage matches wrapped up mighty India inside 145 and won the match in the final over.
In the wake of worsening days of West Indies cricket, this victory of colts is quite impressive and good for cricket world. The raw flavour and passionate celebration of hey days of the West indies have made this U 19 World Cup wonderful.
In a rollercoaster World Cup where associate and Test nations squeeze the gap as Test nations South Africa and New Zealand ended their run behind Afghanistan, who earned direct qualification in the 2018 World T20.
On the other hand, Nepal defeated New Zealand and Namibia scripted a thrilling victory in a slowly drifting match against South African.
West Indies built their victory on the back of two threatening pace bowlers, an attacking opener and a solid middle order. It was nostalgic in many ways, but also was a source of hope even as the senior team continues to fight ugly battles with the administrators.
Above all the chest roll of Shamar Springer has got special attention from cricket fans across the world. Now, after the end of tournament West Indies players- Darren Samy, Dawayne Bravo and Andre Russell while former cricketer Ian Bishop could not hide their joy for victory West indies boys. Bishop also did chest roll to celebrate the moment in the commentary box.
Here is the video of how West indies appreciated the victory and chest roll celebration of Ian Bishop, Darren Sammy, Dwayne Bravo and Andre Russell
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