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The Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2004 was held between 15 February and 5 March 2004 in Bangladesh. The final was played in Dhaka between Pakistan and the West Indies, which Pakistan won by 25 runs.

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Opening ceremony

Traditional dances, colourful calisthenics and spectacular fireworks lit up the opening ceremony of the under-19 cricket World Cup at Dhaka. Sixteen countries, including the 10 Test-playing nations and six associate members of the International Cricket Council are participating in the tournament.

The Final

Pakistan v West Indies
Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka (day/night)
5 March 2004

Toss: Pakistan
Umpires: JW Lloyds (England) and PD Parker (Australia)
TV Umpire: BG Jerling (South Africa)
Match Referee: JFM Morrison (New Zealand)
Man of the Match: Asif Iqbal (Pakistan)

Pakistan 230-9 (50 ov); Asif Iqbal 54, Salman Qadir 42, Rishi Bachan 3-34
West Indies 205 (47.1 ov); Denesh Ramdin 36, Tariq Mahmood 3-34 Jahangir Mirza 2-29

Result: Pakistan won by 25 runs
Series: Pakistan wins the 2003/04 ICC Under-19 World Cup

Tournament leaders

Leading run scorer: Shikhar Dhawan, India 505 runs
Leading wicket taker: Enamul Haque Jr, Bangladesh 22 wickets

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