The women of Bangladesh won the T-20 Asia Cup champions by beating six-time titleholder
India in the exciting encounter. Separately from India, for the first time, any other country has won this title. Bangladesh, who defeated India in the round robin league also won 113 of the seven wickets in 20 overs and achieved the distinction of being the champion with three wickets in India.
Nigar Sultana has scored 27 runs from Bangladesh and Rumana Ahmed scored 23 runs. Poonam Yadav took four wickets for nine runs, while Captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored two for 19 runs. Earlier, India had scored 112 runs for nine wickets, and the superb half-century of skipper Harmanpreet Kaur (56). Khadia and Romana took two wickets each on against of Bangladesh.
Earlier, the Indian women’s team strike first after losing the toss to Bangladesh, thanks to a superb half-century by skipper Harmanpreet Kaur (56), Bangladesh gave the goal of 113 runs in the finishing match. India beginning off very poorly and Opener Smriti Mandhana (7) and Mithali Raj (11) could only add 12 runs for the first wicket. Mandhana was dismissed by skipper Salma Khatun to give India the first wicket.
After the initial setback, India lost wickets at regular intervals and the score was 32 runs for the loss of four wickets. Harmanpreet and Veda Krishnamurthy (11) shared a 30-run partnership for the fifth wicket. By release Krishnamurthy, this partnership was broken by Salma Khatun. In the last over, partnerships between Jhulan Goswami (10) and Harmanpreet shared 33 runs and India’s total score arrive at 112. Khadija Tul Kubra and Rumana Ahmed took two wickets each on behalf of Bangladesh while Salma Khatun and Jaira Alam got one wicket each.