Gold Coast: India captain Mithali Raj on Sunday lavished praise on batter Smriti Mandhana, who got her maiden Test century here, and veteran fast...
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“I’m pretty happy the way we played and batted in England," says coach Shiv Sunder Das
This is the ninth time, Mithali Raj is number one among batters since first occupying the spot more than 16 years ago
The first time she reached number one position was in April 2005 after scoring an unbeaten 91 against New Zealand at the World Cup in Potchefstroom.
The Indian captain says she is adding new dimensions her batting ahead of WC
In 28 WODI matches (in which she didn't get to bat six times) since the 2017 WC final against England, Harmanpreet Kaur has scored only two fifties and two scores over 40
India could manage a below-par 221 in the stipulated 50 overs, build largely around Raj's 92-ball 59 and opener Shafali Verma's 55-ball 44.
England Women successfully chased a target of 202 runs with 91 balls to spare, thanks to opener Beaumont (87 not out off 87 balls) and Sciver's (74 off 74) unbroken 119-run third-wicket partnership
Mithali will be seen marshalling her troops once again, a familiar sight in Indian cricket, when they take on England in the first ODI on Sunday. Over the years, she has proved that with sheer dedication and hard work
Taapsee added in the comments that she's been loving wearing sarees while vacationing because it is so "easy and breezy".
A sensational knock from Sneh Rana saved the one-off Test for India as England were unable to tear the lower order on the fourth and final day in Bristol on Saturday as the visitors walked away with a draw.
Unlike the men's squad, which played intra-squad games in Southampton ahead of the WTC final, the women prepared only in the nets which might hurt them in the four-day game.
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