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U-19 Tri Series trophy shared between India and South Africa: The final was canceled due to rain; BCCI shared photos


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The final match of the Under-19 tri-series between India and South Africa was to be played on Wednesday, but the match was canceled due to rain. Due to which the trophy was shared between the two teams. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted photos on Thursday. Due to rain, not a single ball could be bowled on the Old Edwardians Cricket Ground Club ground.

The match referee waited till the cut-off time to start the match. But, due to the rain not stopping, it was finally decided to cancel the match.

Indian and South African teams with the trophy.  The Indian team had defeated South Africa twice during the league stage.

Indian and South African teams with the trophy. The Indian team had defeated South Africa twice during the league stage.

Team India had won all the matches in the league stage.
The Indian Under-19 cricket team did not lose a single match in the league stage. The Indian team had won all the matches in a one-sided manner during the league stage. The team's first match in the series was played against Afghanistan, in which it won by six wickets. In the second match, South Africa was defeated by six wickets, in the third match, Afghanistan was defeated by nine wickets and in the fourth match, South Africa was defeated by six wickets.

Team India's eyes on Under-19 World Cup
Team India will now focus on winning the Under-19 World Cup title. India's Under-19 team has so far won the Under-19 World Cup a total of five times. The Indian team will face Australia in the practice match of the Under-19 World Cup in Pretoria on Saturday. The team will play the second practice match against Sri Lanka on January 17. Whereas in the Under-19 World Cup, India will start its campaign against Bangladesh.

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