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| On Updated : Feb 10, 2020 6:36 PM IST

Watch: Dhruv Jurel’s lightning fast stumping in U19 CWC final remind fans of MS Dhoni

Many of the current Indian U19 stars would have grown up idolizing the likes of MS Dhoni. And some of them would be having the hopes of playing alongside the great man in future.

Dhruv Jurel does like MS Dhoni in the final
Now, details go something like this : Ravi Bishnoi was in the middle of his brilliant spell and he was bowling 17th over during Bangladesh's chase. He had given extra bit of air in a delivery to Shahadat Hossain. Batsman failed to pick and deceived by the line of the ball. Ball took inside edge of the bat and rolled over to the keeper Dhruv Jurel. He collected the ball and took off the bails with lightning speed. Batsman wasn’t expecting that from the keeper and was short while dragging his foot back into the crease. Wicket went to Bishnoi but he would surely want to take Dhruv Jurel out for a dinner for his contribution.

Twitter remembers MS Dhoni for comparisons


Fans wasted absolutely no time after watching this brilliance from Dhruv and took to Twitter for reactions. Some of those were comparing the young gun with MS Dhoni.




Bangladesh becomes World Champions after intense final
Bangladesh were crowned with their champagne moment when they beat India in the final of U19 world cup in South Africa. This was the first ever world title for Bangladesh in any form of cricket. Bangladesh have earned the rights to gain respect from other superpowers of the game.

After being sent in, India were never allowed to get away against an excellent Bangladesh unit on the field. Only Yashasvi Jaiswal was able to resist with gritty 88 but could not get any support from the other end. Shoriful Islam and Avishek Das were magnificent for Bangladesh. In reply, Bangladesh captain Akbar Ali played a calm hand and guided Bangladesh to the title despite 4 wickets from Ravi Bishnoi.

Dharmik Sankhavara @dhaarmik

Always prefers Banter Into Batsman's ears from Gully rather than Silly Point!