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Under-19 World Cup: Skipper Uday Saharan, Three Other Indians In Team Of The Tournament

Four Indian players including skipper Uday Saharan and star batter Musheer Khan featured in the U-19 World Cup's Team of the Tournament announced by the ICC on Monday. Batter Sachin Dhas and Saumy Pandey are the other Indian players in the team. India finished runners-up after a 79-run loss to Australia in the title clash here on Sunday, which brought to an end their unbeaten run in the tournament. Australia captain Hugh Weibgen is given the honour of leading the star-studded lineup, chosen by a panel of media, broadcast and ICC representatives.

Champions Australia have three players in the line-up, South Africa have two names - including the Player of the Tournament Kwena Maphaka - and the West Indies and Pakistan have one player each.

India's Musheer takes the number three spot as the only batter to register two centuries during the competition.

Despite a subdued end to the tournament, Musheer displayed plenty of early promise, featuring a wide array of attacking shots, as well as an ability to pick up wickets with his probing left-arm spin.

Top run-scorer for the event, Saharan played a pivotal role in India's dominance through to the final.

Scoring consistently throughout the event and registering a century against Nepal, Saharan saved his best performance for the thrilling semi-final against South Africa, dragging India back from the brink of elimination with vital 81 runs to seal their spot in the final.

Saharan's primary ally that day was Dhas, and the composed right-hander also earns a place in the Team of the Tournament for his ability to relieve pressure situations, and the innovative and aggressive strokeplay. He scored 116 against Nepal and top-scored with a 96 versus South Africa.

Completing the lineup is