ICC Women & # 039; s T20 World Cup: Shefali Verma's stormy innings, India provides Bangladesh a goal of 143 runs

by Jeremy Spirogis
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India has set a goal of 143 runs towards Bangladesh of their second league match of ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020. The ladies's staff, led by Harmanpreet Kaur, scored 142 for six in 20 overs within the sixth match of the event launched in Perth on Monday. Bangladesh gained the toss and invited India to bat first. Tania Bhatia began the innings with Shefali Verma for India. <! –

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Tania couldn’t do something particular and returned to the pavilion after being stumped by wicketkeeper Nigar Sultana off Salam Khatum on a private rating of two runs. Both shared a 16-run partnership on the primary wicket.

Shefali was trying in good rhythm. But she was additionally out after enjoying a fast knock of 39 runs off 17 balls. He hit 2 fours and four sixes on this innings. Shefali, together with Jemima Rodrigues, added 37 runs for the second wicket.

Captain Harmanpreet Kaur was out early on this match as within the first match. Harmanpreet was caught by Rumana Ahmad off Panna Ghosh for a private rating of eight runs.

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India misplaced their fourth wicket within the type of Jemima. Before the runout, Jemima scored 34 runs off 37 balls which included 2 fours and 1 six. In an try to play a giant shot, Richa Ghosh, who was enjoying debut World Cup, was caught by Salma's ball close to the boundary by Nahida Akhtar. Richa scored 14 runs off 14 balls.

Deepti Sharma (11) was runout as a consequence of a mistake. Deepti and Veda Krishnamurthy ran on the identical finish whereas taking runs. Veda Krishnamurthy remained unbeaten on 20 runs whereas Shikha Pandey returned unbeaten on 7 runs. For Bangladesh, Salma and Panna took 2-2 wickets.

For India, Smriti Mandhana, the staff's common opener, is just not enjoying as a consequence of ailing. Richa Ghosh has bought a spot within the enjoying eleven in her place. The Indian staff defeated defending champion Australia by 17 runs within the first match.

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