Latest Cricket News In Hindi No-ball made fun of women’s team defeat after celebrating victory, would not have seen such an exciting match – Australia won the odi series with a thrilling five-wicket win over India
Opener Beth Mooney’s unbeaten century helped Australia women’s team beat India by five wickets in a thrilling second ODI of the three-match series to take an unassailable 2-0 lead. The Indian team and veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami failed to withstand the pressure in the last over which reached the height of thrill as Australia registered their 26th consecutive win in this format.
India’s fielding is also the reason for defeat
Along with Indian bowling, poor fielding was also a big reason for this defeat. Indian players dropped many catches. Chasing a target of 275 for victory, Australia were under pressure in the first 25 overs of their innings but Mooney’s daring unbeaten 125 off 133 balls successfully chased down the biggest target in women’s cricket. Achieved it.
last ball match
Mooney took two runs on the last ball of the match to give victory to the team. The Indian team was celebrating victory on the previous ball when Mooney was caught off Jhulan’s delivery but the third umpire, seeing multiple replays, called it a no-ball as it was a full toss ball above the waist.
13 runs needed in the last over
Australia needed 13 runs in the last over to win and the ball was in Jhulan’s hand. Mooney, along with Nicole Carey (39 not out off 38 balls), continued the team’s winning streak with the goal. The two shared an unbeaten 97-run partnership for the sixth wicket. Australia were in trouble after losing four wickets for 52 runs but Mooney laid the foundation for victory with a 126-run partnership with Tahlia McGrath (74 off 77 balls).
Indian spinners disappointed
During this, Indian spinners Deepti Sharma and Poonam Yadav once again disappointed. Together they conceded 98 runs in 15 overs. This winning streak of the Australia team started in 2018, after which it was the biggest score made against them. Earlier, the Indian women’s cricket team scored 274 for seven on the basis of a restrained innings of 86 runs by opener Smriti Mandhana.
India got a solid start
After losing the toss, Mandhana and Shefali Verma (22) scored 68 runs in the first powerplay (opening 10 overs) to get India off to a great start after being invited to bat first. This is the best partnership of the two in 10 ODIs played this year. However, after sharing a 74-run partnership, the pair was broken by Shefali’s dismissal on the first ball of the 12th over. He was bowled by Sophie Molyneux.
Good partnership for the fourth wicket
Mandhana then put on a brilliant 76-run partnership for the fourth wicket with wicketkeeper-batsman Richa Ghosh (44). Richa hit three fours and a six in her 50-ball innings. For India, Pooja Vastrakar (29) and Jhulan Goswami (28 not out) contributed well. Skipper Mithali Raj (eight), running in great rhythm, was run out due to a mistake with Mandhana. Yastika Bhatia (3), playing her second ODI, also failed to score big.
The Indian team was in trouble after losing three wickets in a short span of time but Mandhana and Richa’s scintillating partnership pulled the team out of a difficult situation. Both kept the run pace and Australia did not give the bowlers a chance to dominate. Pooja and Jhulan shared a 53-run partnership in the last over to take the team’s score beyond 250. During this, Jhulan, while batting aggressively, hit three fours in an unbeaten innings of 25 balls. For Australia, Tahlia McGrath took three wickets for 45 runs while Molyneux took two wickets.
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