A disciplined Indian bowling attack wrapped up Australia at a paltry 216 runs in 47.2 overs in the summit clash of the ongoing ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup at the Bay Oval here on Saturday afternoon.
Opting to bat after winning the toss, Australia started on a cautious note but a terrific Indian bowling attack kept on giving blows to the opponents at regular intervals.
Jonathan Marlo was the top contributor for the Australian side with a valuable 76-run knock while Param Uppal chipped in with 34 runs.
For India, Anukul Roy, Kamlesh Naharkoti, Shiva Singh and Ishan Porel bagged one wicket apiece.
The boys in blue now need 217 runs to clinch the prestigious trophy for the fourth time in the history of the game.