The Indian women’s cricket team is currently on tour in England. The Indian team also lost the ODI series 2-1 after the only test match ended in a draw. But with the start of the T20 series, Indian women put on a long-awaited performance for 15 years.
Indian women win second match of T20
India vs England Women’s Cricket : The Indian women’s cricket team defated England by 8 runs in the second match of the T20 series. The series also ended in a 1-1 draw. Batting first, England were eliminated 148 for 4 in 20 overs. England won by just 140 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the women’s 20 overs. Bharti at the party. The team showed excellent fielding. The Indian team won the match by running out of four key England players. Meanwhile, this victory was very important for the Indian women. Because since 2006, the Indian women’s team has not been able to win a T20 match against England. Therefore, after 15 years with this victory, Indian women achieved success. (Indian women won the t20 match against England women after 15 years)
Shefali started the innings with 48 runs from India. After that, Poonam Yadav took two windows. In the end, when 14 runs were needed in a finish, the all-rounder Sneha Rana hit the pins well and gave India a 6-run victory with just six runs. Although Rana did not have a wicket in the game, he pitched brilliantly and scored just 21 runs in four overs.
The energetic start of Shefali-Smriti
England won the toss and chose to pitch first. So, Shefali Verma and Smriti Mandhana came from India to hit. Shefali, who was immediately eliminated in the previous match, got off to a good start without making any mistakes. Shefali and Smriti set up a 70-run stand for the first gate. Shefali hit five fours in a row until the end of Brent. She hit 48 of 38 balls with eight fours and six, while Smriti scored 20 runs. Although the duo got off to a great start, India was only able to handle 148 runs in 20 overs as the next hitter didn’t do well.
India had won the first match
It was a T20 match when Indian women went to England for the first time and defeated England. This time India had won by 8 plots. The 2008 match was canceled due to rain. Again at the T20 World Cup in 2009, England defeated India by 10 wickets. In 2011, England won by 46 races. India also lost two T20I matches in 2012 by eight wickets and 33 runs. After England won the first match again this year, India came back and won the second match by 8 runs and the 15-year wait finally came to an end. So far, India has won 5 of 21 matches and England 16.