Recently, the All-India Junior Selection Committee has made an important announcement for the forthcoming ICC U-19 World Cup that will take place in 2022. On Sunday, December 19, 2021, the committee announced the complete squad that will be going to play the match in the world cup. They announced that a 17-member squad will head to play the match while the committee further stated that Yash Dhull would be the captain of the under nineteen team. Ever since the announcement, Yash has become the topic of discussion and is being trended on social media platforms. People are curious to know who is Yash Dhull. Check the article to find out about him.
With the said announcement, Yash Dhull has also joined the prominent players’ list who have led in marquee tournaments including Ravi Shastri, Virat Kohli, and Prithvi Shaw. Thus, Yash Dhull has been given the privilege to lead the U-19 team and showcase his capabilities and skill. Well, it is not the first time when the cricketer will be leading a team as earlier, Yash had led Delhi’s U-16 and U-19 along with leading India ‘A’ U-19 sides. Besides, he had shown his fair captaincy every time he was given an opportunity.
Who is Yash Dhull?
Yash Dhull belongs to Delhi and has established his name successfully in the cricket world. He is a right-hand batsman who has delivered impressive performances in his past matches. Recently, for the DDCA, the cricketer smashed around 302 runs in just 5 games and gave a commendable average of 65.50 in the Vinoo Mankad Trophy 2021-22. The rising star has immense support from his family who have always stood by his side.
The family has sacrificed much to make their son reach where he is now. Since the very beginning, Yash’s family had made sure that he shows growth in cricket and make his country and family proud one day. On being asked about his role model, Yash Dhull had stated that he doesn’t have any role model as he observes every player’s performance and learns from it. He added that it makes everyone his inspiration as they all have taught him in some way.
Yash had also stated that he doesn’t believe in copying a particular player but focuses on delivering his own game and strategy. Speaking of the marquee U-19 World Cup, it is the 14th edition which will take place from Jan 14 and will organise around 48 matches. 16 teams will compete in the matches and will battle for the championship which will occur in West Indies. On Jan 15, India and South Africa will lock horns while on Jan 19, India will face Ireland.