IIndian women’s vs England women’s: 2nd Royal London ODI, Indian women have not won a series in England since the year 1999 by in England. But the Indian women’s team break the record with the brilliant contribution of Harmanpreet Kaur 143(111)and Renuka Singh 4/57(10), the second match of the Eng vs Ind Royal London ODI series was also won by Indian Women’s by 88 runs.
How was the batting of Indian women’s team?-Indian women’s vs England women’s
England women’s team won the toss and decided to bowl first, then did the Indian women’s team openers come and give a good opening start, Shefali Verma got out early and returned to the pavilion, a nice little partnership between Yastika and Smriti Mandhana But Yastika also got caught and bowled and went to the stand.
Harmanpreet Kaur started her innings in a very good manner and kept the Indian innings at one end, when Smriti Mandhana, Harleen Deol and Pooja Vastrakar were also dismissed for runs in the middle. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored 143(111) against England. Played an unbeaten innings. And took the team to a decent score of 333/5.
How was England’s bowling?
Talking about the England bowlers, all have proved to be very expensive and all bowlers got 1–1 wickets in which Lauren Bell 79(10), Kate Cross 68(10), Freya Kemp 82(10) Charlotte Dean 39(10) and Ecclestone 64(10) takes his over.
How was England’s chase against India?
Chasing 334, the start of England’s team was not special, the team did not get any help from the openers, due to which the England Women’s team started to falter very soon, Alice Capsey 39(36), Danielle Wyatt 65(58), Captain Emy Jones 39(51) contributed. All-rounder Charlotte Dean scored in 37(44).
How was India Women’s bowling against England women’s team?
Among the Indian bowlers, Renuka Singh showed the way to the pavilion among all the English batsmen, Renuka Singh conceded 57 runs in her 10 overs and took 4 wickets. Daylan Hemlata got 2 wickets and Deepti Sharma and Shafali Verma got 1 wicket each.
After winning this match, India has now won the series and the last match is left, which India will try to clean sweep England by winning. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur was the Women of the Match of the match.