Defending champions India stormed into their record 7th Under-19 World Cup semi-finals as they pulled off a thrilling 74-run win over Australia on Tuesday. The boys in blue have now won 10 consecutive matches in the Under-19 World Cups, which is the longest streak in the tournament's history. Moreover, India also became the first country to win 200 ODI matches at the Under-19 level. Put into bat, a great fightback by the unexposed lower order helped India finish at 233/9. Defending a low total, Kartik Tyagi was on target. He rattled Australia's top order with 4 wickets as the boys in yellow were bowled out for 159. India has now won each of their last 5 Under-19 World Cup matches against the Aussies, which is the most wins against them by a particular team.