Under Harmanpreet Kaur’s leadership, India triumphs in its debut series.
Harmanpreet Kaur leads India to its first series victory in England in 23 years in the INDW vs. ENGW match.
India’s skipper Harmanpreet Kaur led the team to a convincing 88-run victory in the second One-Day International. enabling India to win a series against England for the first time since 1999.
With a brilliant 143 not out of just 111 balls, a classic Harmanpreet brought back memories of the 2017 World Cup as India reached an astounding 333 for 5. Wednesday night, India bowled out England for 245 in 44.5 overs thanks in large part to medium bowler Renuka Singh (4/57) who claimed four wickets.
The only effective performance by an England batsman was Danni Wyatt’s 65 points off of 58 balls.
India’s women last defeated England in an ODI series, winning 2-1 in 1999.
Emma Lamb (15) and Sophia Dunkley, two top-order batsman, were both dismissed by Renuka, preventing England from getting off to a fast start in order to chase down the large score (1).
After Tammy Beaumont (#6) was run out, the visitors were down to 47 for 3 at the end of the eighth over.
Wyatt and skipper Amy Jones (39) shared another 65 runs with Alice Capsey (39), who had previously put together a 55-run partnership for the third wicket, but Wyatt’s removal by Renuka in the 30th over led the England team’s chase to collapse.
Harmanpreet smashed a 111-ball innings with 18 fours and four sixes when given the chance to bat. For the fourth wicket, she and Harleen Deol enjoyed a fantastic 112-run partnership (58 off 72 balls).
She also scored 50 runs for the unbroken sixth wicket with Pooja Vastrakar (18) and another 71 runs in four overs with Deepti Sharma (15 not out).
Even though the pitch was perfect for batting, the 334-run threshold in a WODI always seemed unlikely. In contrast, Harmanpreet effectively won the game for India in the last three overs.
The Indian team scored 62 runs in the final three overs thanks to their captain. who was in excellent shape when she reached her eighth WODI hundred.
The innings included a lot of Harmanpreet’s well-known slog sweeps over cow corners. As a result, he received a few sixes as well as disparaging sixes over the cover area.
Because the surface provided little assistance to bowlers. England’s bowling attack faltered because it was quite easy to get over the line. The only off-spinner with a good final stat line was Charlie Dean (1/39)
Left-arm seamer Freya Kemp, who was making her debut, was the biggest victim. Up until the end of her seventh over, when she had only given up 28 runs, she was doing a terrific job.
During their sixth wicket stand, Harmanpreet’s dominance overcame Deepti Sharma. Who continues to have the highest individual WODI total (188) among Indian batters was more of a spectator.
The India Women scored 333/5 in 50 overs (Harmanpreet Kaur was unbeaten at 143). Harleen Deol had 58, while Freya Kemp had 1/82.
England was dismissed for 245 in 44.2 overs thanks to Dani Wyatt’s 65 and Renuka Singh’s 4/57, who also took 4/57.
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