Asia Cup 2018: 5 youngsters to watch out in the tournament

The Asia Cup 2018 tournament starts with Sri Lanka taking on Bangladesh in the opening match.

Sachin Tendulkar was 21 years old when he hit his first century in Asia Cup in 1995 | GettyThe Asia Cup 2018 will be the 14th edition of the premier tournament of Asia. The tournament has been a platform for the Asian teams to try out untested players and youngsters on the international platform.

Right from the first tournament in 1984, when a relatively unknown Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Surinder Khanna won the player of the series award, to Ajantha Mendis wrecking havoc on Indian batsmen in the final of the 2008 Asia cup; the tournament has been a way to bring youngsters in limelight.

This year too many of the participating teams have chosen to field in youngsters in their team and have given them a chance to shine on such a big platform.

Keeping the theme in mind, we present to you five such youngsters to watch out in the Asia Cup 2018


By Jatin Sharma - 14 Sep, 2018

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