India thrashed Papua New Guinea inside eight overs ©ICC

India produced another dominant display as they thrashed Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets at the International Cricket Council Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand.

The Indian side bowled their opponents out for just 64 before they reached their target with 42 overs remaining in a one-sided Group B clash at the Bay Oval in Tauranga.

Left-arm spinner Anukul Roy was the star performer for India with the ball as he took 5-14, while Shivam Mavi claimed two wickets.

Chasing just 65 to win, India knocked off the required runs with ease as Prithvi Shaw ended with an unbeaten 57 from just 39 balls.

The result handed India their second success of the tournament after they beat Australia in their opening match.

Shaheen Afridi took 6-15 to help Pakistan ease to victory over Ireland ©ICC
Shaheen Afridi took 6-15 to help Pakistan ease to victory over Ireland ©ICC

Pakistan also enjoyed a commanding win today as they dispatched Ireland by nine wickets in Group D at the Cobham Oval in Whangarei.

Shaheen Afridi spearheaded Pakistan's victory charge with a ruthless display with the ball, taking 6-15 to record his country's best-ever bowling figures at an Under-19 World Cup.

Afridi's exhibition of pace bowling helped Pakistan skittle for 97, leaving their side with a straightforward run chase.

Zaid Alam and Hassan Khan managed 43 and 27 not out respectively as Pakistan secured victory in just 8.5 overs.

The tournament is due to continue tomorrow with four matches.

Sri Lanka face Afghanistan, Zimbabwe play Australia, New Zealand entertain Kenya and defending champions West Indies go up against South Africa.