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Indian womens cricket team won world cup final

YEAH India Women won by 36 runs,SO FINALY INDIAN WON THE WORLD CUP FINAL.Its Proud for us because our womens are not less than me

.Proud for all of us and for India.what a good game played by our womens team. Well done you make feel us proud. 🙂

Enjoy everyone may god blessed you all in cricket future.wish every time you will do likes yesterdays wins.

.Proud for all of us and for India.what a good game played by our womens team. Well done you make feel us proud. :)This was India’s highest ever total against the Southern Stars and proved to be match-winning even as Alex Blackwell’s power-packed 90 took them to 245 in 40.1 overs.

The day belonged to Harmanpreet as her innings could well be termed as one which will be remembered for years to come. It drew comparisons with Kapil Dev’s historic 175 against Zimbabwe at Tunbridge Wells during the 1983 campaign with members of the men’s team, including skipper Virat Kohli, showering accolades on her.

Harmanpreet’s third ODI century was embellished with 20 fours and as many as seven sixes.

It was also the second highest individual score in ODIs for India behind Deepti Sharma‘s unbeaten 188 against South Africa earlier this year.

With enough runs on the board, confident Indian seamers Goswami (2/35 in 8 overs) and Shikha Pandey (2/17 in 6 overs) came up with brilliant opening spells.

Opener Beth Mooney and skipper Meg Lanning were cleaned up by Pandey and Goswami respectively.

The Derby Ground proved to be a happy hunting one for Mithali Raj and her team as they won all five matches here.

It was out of the world power-hitting by the girl from Moga district in Punjab — something that has made her a stand-out player for India.

The milestone from 51 to 100 was reached in 26 balls while she raced to 150 from 101 in mere 17 balls. The sixes flew from her bat with monotonic regularity as the Aussie bowlers had no clue as to what hit them.

After a dry run during the better part of the league stage, India’s most sought after T20 cricketer stepped up just when it mattered the most.

What worked to Harmanpreet’s advantage was her experience of playing the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) for Sydney Thunders due to which her familiarity with the current Aussie attack was much more than any other player.

After a useful 60 against New Zealand in the virtual quarter-final, Harmanpreet upped the ante like never before.

She batted like as if there was no tomorrow as she repeatedly hit the troika of left-arm spinner Jess Jonasen (0/63 in 7 overs), off-break bowler Ashleigh Gardner (1/43 in 8 overs) and leg-spinner Kirsten Beans (1/49 in 8 overs) with utter disdain.




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