Indian women team defeats Sri Lanka by seven wickets, retains the final

Indian women team defeats Sri Lanka by seven wickets, retains the final

Returning after the magic charm against Bangladesh in the most recent match, India has kept alive the hopes of making it to the final by beat seven wickets in the women Asia Cup T20 tournament here today.

After an easy succeed against Thailand and Malaysia, India had to face beat by seven wickets besides Bangladesh in their earlier match, which is their first loss in any format against their neighboring nation.
Although India has performed well again today Left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht twice wickets in 20 runs scored two wickets in addition to scoring two wickets. Jhulan Goswami {one wicket for 20 runs}, Anja Patil (one wicket for 19 runs) and Poonam Yadav (one wicket for 23 runs) also picked up one wicket, with Sri Lanka creation 107 runs on seven wickets.
India responds in the answer with the help of top and middle order batsmen, with seven balls to spare, 110 runs for three wickets.
Openers Mithali Raj (23) and Smriti Mandhana (12) gave the team a good opening. However, when both of them returned to the pavilion, India scored 55 runs in two overs in 11.2 overs. Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur scored 24 runs in 25 balls with two fours. Harmanpreet, when the pavilion returned, India’s score was 70 for three wickets.

Veda Krishnamurthy (29) and Anuja Patil (19) also made an unbroken partnership of 40 runs in 32 balls after getting India to the target.
India, Pakistan and Bangladesh all at present have six-six points in four-four matches. But, however, the top is running at the top with the run rate of 2.709.

In order to make it to the final, India will have to strike Pakistan in the last match in their final match on Saturday.

Previous, winning the toss of Sri Lankan captain Shashikala Sirajdhane verifies the wrong decision to bat first. The Sri Lankans lost wickets at a regular gap and could only score 107 runs for 7 wickets.

Hasini Perera scored 46 runs in 43 balls. She hit four fours in his innings. Starter Yashoda Mendis also scored 27 runs in 39 balls. Separately from these two batsmen could not achieve double digits.

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