T20WorldCup: India register three consecutive wins to advance to semi

by Jeremy Spirogis
T20WorldCup: India register three consecutive wins to advance to semi

Raj Express In the ICC Women's T20 World Cup match performed between India and New Zealand, the Indian staff has defeated New Zealand by four runs and confirmed the semi-finals on this huge event. In this match too, the Indian staff batted brilliantly, with opener Shefali Verma scoring 46 runs. The Indian staff had a goal of 134 runs in entrance of New Zealand, in response, New Zealand misplaced by dropping 6 wickets for 129 runs.

The Indian girls's staff has already reached the semi-finals in 2009, 2010 and 2018.

Shefali Verma's blistering innings

Indian opener Shefali Verma carried out brilliantly within the third match and crushed the New Zealand bowlers, Shefali Verma scored 46 runs on this match, he hit four fours and three sixes. <! –

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                 He was awarded the title of 'Player of the Match'.

Indian staff wicket-keeper batsman Tania Bhatia additionally scored 23 runs. The center order of the Indian girls's staff was additionally poor this time. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur was additionally out for 1 run. They must carry out on this huge event, in any other case the Indian staff could need to bear the brunt within the upcoming matches.

Everyone took one wicket in bowling

The efficiency of spinner Poonam Yadav from the Indian staff was additionally wonderful this time, however this time he acquired just one wicket. The staff's different bowlers Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, Rajeshwari Gaekwad and Radha Yadav acquired one wicket every.

New Zealand misplaced as a consequence of poor begin

The New Zealand staff, chasing the Indian staff's goal of 134, began poorly. In the second over, Shikha Pandey took the primary wicket, the second wicket fell shortly. Similarly, the New Zealand staff collapsed. Middle-order batsman Maddy Green 24 Katie Martins 25 and Amelia Kerr scored 34, however on the best way to victory, they misplaced.

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