Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Board of Cricket Control for India (BCCI) has declared tremendous prizes for the India U-19 cricket group for their breathtaking show in the World Cup. Head Coach Rahul Dravid who is being credited for the group’s extraordinary performance will be granted Rs 50 lakh. The team members will get Rs 30 lakh each while the support staff will be granted Rs 20 lakh each by the Indian cricket board. India lifted the U-19 World Cup trophy for a record fourth time in the wake of overwhelming all through the match and vanquishing Australia by eight wickets in the last. The bowlers bounced back to reject Australia for 216 from 183 for four at one phase. India effectively pursued down the humble focus in 38.5 overs. Delhi-kid Manjot Kalra developed as the man for the event, scoring a grand 101 not out off 102 balls and securing the innings after the loss of captain Prithvi Shaw and group’s driving scorer in the competition, Shubman Gil. India has now outperformed Australia in the race of most U-19 World Cup titles with this triumph. The World Cup trophy is a fitting tribute to Dravid in what inarguably is the greatest accomplishment of his training profession. Under Dravid, the side had completed sprinter up in the 2016 release in Bangladesh. India’s past title came in Australia six years back when the Unmukt Chand-drove group beat the hosts in the last. The Virat Kohli-drove side was successful in 2008 and Mohammed Kaif was skipper when India triumphed path in 2000. All through the series, India were the mind-boggling top choices and they played like one, handing out overwhelming exhibitions in a steady progression.