INDW vs ENGW: Indian women’s team created history by defeating England on their own soil, broke record after 23 years

New Delhi. Indian women’s cricket team has created a new dimension. The women’s cricket team has given a crushing defeat to England. It is known to all that one-day matches are going on at this time. In the same match, the Indian women’s team defeated England by 88 runs and took a 2-0 lead in the series. The special thing in this is that it has happened after 23 years when the Indian women’s team won the ODI series in England. This moment is a proud moment for every Indian.

After 23 years, England got dust

It is a matter of happiness for India to win the ODI series on England soil after 23 years. Earlier in 1999, India had won the ODI series. Talking about the match, the team’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur led the team in a good way and also scored a brilliant century. At the same time, Renuka Singh took 4 wickets one after the other with her tremendous bowling. India also played a brilliant innings and scored good runs. India scored 333 runs and lost 5 wickets. While England’s team scored 245 runs in 44.2 overs and got all out.

Indian women’s team

During the match held on Wednesday, the Indian women’s team showed amazing performance. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur and Harleen Deol hit half-centuries together. Also put a big target of 333 runs in front of the opposition team. Harmanpreet hit 18 fours and four sixes. In the match, India decided to bat first. However, the opposition team clean bowled Shefali Verma by scoring 8 runs. After which the front Smriti Mandhana and Yastika Bhatia took over and together shared a half-century (54 runs). The bowlers of the England team dominated the match but still failed to stop the Indian team.

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