Yash Dhull was phenomenal against Australia in the U-19 cricket World Cup semi-final. The team’s skipper scored 110 runs off 110 balls, and his innings played a key role in India’s triumph.
His score is the third-highest by an Indian batter in the U-19 World Cup knockout match.
The Boy in Blue defeated the Aussie by 96 runs to make it to the fourth successive final of the global event.
The list is headed by Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored an unbeaten 129 against England in the semi-final in 2006.