India Women Lost the T20 Series 1-2 Against England

The Indian women’s cricket team has lost the three-T20 match series against England by 1-2. England won the last T20 played on Wednesday by 7 wickets. Batting first, the Indian team could score only 122 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs.

England team achieved the target in 18.2 overs at the loss of 3 wickets. Indian women did a poor performance with the bat in the match. The women in blue also failed to defend the score.

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Half of India’s team returned to the pavilion on 35 runs

The Indian team, who came to bat first, did not have a good start. Opener Shefali Verma returned to the pavilion on 11 runs. After that, the series of dismissals of the batsmen continued. Smriti Mandhana was dismissed after scoring 9 runs in 8 balls. At that time the team’s score was only 15 runs.

Similarly, Medhna, who came to bat, also returned to the pavilion without opening the account after facing 9 balls. At the same time, captain Harmanpreet Kaur also got out after scoring 5 runs off 14 balls.

At the same time, 6 Indian players could only score 27 runs together. However, Deepti Sharma and Richa Ghosh tried to handle the innings. Deepti scored 24 runs off 25 balls and Richa Ghosh scored 33 runs off 22 balls. Pooja Vastrakar scored an unbeaten 19.

Indian bowlers helpless in front of Ellis

The Indian bowler looked helpless in front of England’s 18-year-old Alice Capsay. Ellis scored 38 not out of 24 balls. During this, she hit 6 fours. Apart from Ellis, Sophie Dunkley scored 49 runs and Daniel Wyatt scored 22 runs. Chasing the target, England achieved the target by losing 3 wickets.

The captain looked disappointed with the batting

After the match, captain Harmanpreet Kaur said, ‘I think we scored 20 runs short, but our bowlers kept us in the match. Radha has always been such a player who gives her 200 percent in the game. Richa leads us to a fighting target. A good total is needed in any format of the game. We have to partner in batting.

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