India’s remarkable 10-wicket victory against Nepal on Tuesday, December 12 has significantly boosted their chances of progressing to the semi-finals of the U19 Asia Cup in Dubai. Despite a previous loss to Pakistan, India’s flawless performance in their last Group A match has secured their top spot with 4 points from 3 matches. 18-year-old pacer Raj Limbani played a pivotal role in India’s dominant win, taking 7 wickets and showcasing exceptional talent in medium-pace bowling. Limbani’s remarkable performance has earned him the third-best bowling figures in U19 ODI history, following in the footsteps of Irfan Pathan and Lloyd Pope. With this victory, India is well-positioned to advance in the 8-team tournament.