Sports News Today 27 February: Shefali Verma, the younger batsman of the Indian cricket staff, is constantly spreading her hearth within the present ICC Women's T20 World Cup. Shefali registered a particular achievement in his ninth innings towards New Zealand within the ninth league match performed in Melbourne on Thursday. On the premise of the aggressive innings of the 16-year-old participant, India defeated New Zealand by four runs and entered the semi-finals. Shefali was adjudged 'Player of the Match' for the second consecutive time for his robust innings.
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In this match, Shefali smashed 46 runs off 34 balls which included four fours and three sixes. <! –
In the present event, Shefali has to date collected a complete of 114 runs in three matches at a strike price of 172.7 which incorporates 11 fours and eight sixes. In three innings, Shefali has the most effective strike price within the event.
Shefali has set a brand new report by way of total profession strike price. Shefali has to date scored 438 runs in T20 International cricket at a strike price of 147.97. In the ladies's T20 International, no batsman has scored greater than 200 runs at such a quick tempo in his profession. During this era, Shefali of Haryana has left behind South Africa's Chole Traion and Australia's Alisa Healy. Trion has scored 722 runs at a strike price of 138.31. Healy has scored 1875 runs at a strike price of 129.66.
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– ICC (@ICC) February 27, 2020
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The ICC has additionally praised Shefali. India scored 133 runs for eight wickets after being invited to bat. Apart from Shefali, Tania Bhatia scored 23 balls 25 runs. India bowled the Kiwi staff for 129 runs for six wickets with disciplined bowling and continued their unbeaten marketing campaign by registering their third consecutive win within the present event. The Indian staff topped Group A with 6 factors from three matches. They defeated defending champions Australia and Bangladesh of their final two matches.