Raj Express Australia have defeated Bangladesh badly within the Group (A) match of the Indian Women's T20 World Cup. Australia received the match by an enormous margin of 86 runs. Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney, who performed the largest function on this victory, beat Bangladeshi bowlers fiercely and shared a file for the primary wicket, each including 151 runs for the primary wicket. This partnership proved to be Australia's largest partnership for any wicket in T20 worldwide cricket. Australia had set a goal of 190 runs towards Bangladesh, in response, Bangladesh might solely handle 103 runs after dropping 9 wickets and suffered a significant defeat. <! –
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) February 27, 2020
This third main partnership
The 151-run partnership between Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney is the third-largest partnership for any wicket. Before this, the file for the biggest partnership for any wicket is 169 runs, which was scored by England's Natalie Skiver and Heather Knight towards Thailand in Canberra for the third wicket throughout the identical World Cup.
Records damaged by Alyssa Healy today:
Most runs by a wicket-keeper on the girls's # T20WorldCup 558
Most dismissals by a keeper on the girl # T20WorldCup 22
Most runs in an innings by a keeper on the girls's # T20WorldCup 83
– T20 World Cup (@ T20WorldCup) February 27, 2020
In this match, opener Healy set large data
Australian opener Alyssa Healy has set enormous data throughout this match. He scored 83 runs on this match, which was the largest innings of the World Cup as a wicketkeeper. She has change into the best run-scorer within the girls's T20 World Cup as a wicket-keeper batsman. His title is now 558 runs. She has additionally set the file for probably the most 22 wickets behind the wicket within the Women's T20 World Cup. In this innings he additionally hit 10 fours and three sixes. Along with him, Beth Mooney additionally performed a fast innings and scored 81 runs in 58 balls.
Let us let you know that chasing the goal of 190 runs, the Bangladeshi group began very poorly, the opener and center order seemed faltering towards Australian bowling. Only middle-order batsman Farzana Haque scored 36 runs, all the opposite batsmen cheaply returned to the pavilion, the group might solely handle 103 runs in 20 overs.