Bangladesh skipper Akbar Ali put India in to bat after winning the toss.
Bangladesh Under-19 bowlers have put a leash on the Indian batsmen in the ICC Under-19 World Cup final as they are on 80-1 after 25 overs.
Bangladesh skipper Akbar Ali put India in to bat after winning the toss. Shoriful Islam and Tanzim Sakib backed up their captain's decision as they provided India with no breathing space.
But it was Avishek Das, who came in the side instead of Hasan Morad, who brought Bangladesh the breakthrough as Divyaansh Saxena was caught at point by Mahmudul Hasan Joy in the seventh over.
India could only manage 23 off the powerplay but Yashasvi Jaiswal and Tilak Varma put up a steady stand to ensure that no more wickets fell.