But shrugging aside the incident and the loss, the Indian went about with purpose and in the end, he grabbed the point that mattered to win the title. For India that was the high point of the day, with Arnav Sareen, the other finalist, unable to carve a winning path in the U-15 section. The Pune boy was unable to come to terms against Mohammad Hamza Khan of Pakistan. Hamza was quick to the ball and packed a punch in his strokes which straight away stretched Sareen. Though he seemed in line to wriggle out in the second, unexpected ‘stroke calls’ went against him and the arrears soon became insurmountable. Sareen settled for the runner-up spot.