Captain Harmanpreet Kaur delivered a solid all-around performance as the Indian women cricket team beat Thailand by 66 runs in the Asia Cup T20 tournament on Monday.
Put in to bat, India Runner 132/4 within 20 over’s before limited Thailand to 66-8 to record a trice succeeding big win and stay at the top of the points table in the six-nation tournament.
The Indian team, which had strike host Malaysia by 142, runs in its opening match, put up another lead show.
The whole top order batting contributed well with Mona Meshram’s 45-ball 32 being the top score.
However, the shocked innings of the match were played by the in-form Kaur, a 17-ball unbeaten 27 which steered India too, what became, a winning total. Kaur’s beat was fastening with three hits to the barrier. Smriti Mandhana too continued her on form for a 22-ball 29, which included one four and a set of two of sixes.
Kaur than did the job with the ball as well, grip three wickets with her off-spin, soft a mere 11 runs in three overs. Kaur incredible an all-around presentation goes and gets her Player of the Match medal.
Deepti Sharma also picked up a pair of wickets in her four over, which went for a mere 16 runs.
For Thailand, Nattaya Boochatham best scored with a 40-ball 21 but the fast beat was hardly what the team required in the slam-bang format.
The Thai team just could not break free during follow, manacled by a correct Indian bowling attack.