INDW vs ENGW: England captain Heather Knight scored an excellent fifty.© AFP
England skipper Heather Knight calmed down on Wednesday in the Bay Oval at the 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup against India. Charlie Dean and Anya Shrubsole’s excellent bowling season backed up a brave performance as England defeated India on four sides in the 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup. the line was important. We were disappointed with the way our pitches were going. The mentality of the girls was great, they went out and were aggressive. It wasn’t an easy wicket, ”Heather Knight said in her post-match presentation.
“Others on the board would be difficult. I wanted to be the one to finish. I want to congratulate Jhulan for his 250 wickets, an amazing achievement. Nat Sciver quickly got the Wicket which was not easy. Very happy with him. The Cricket Gods are on our side and take care of us they are, ”he added.
It was the defending champion’s clinical performance as he successfully knocked out India within 37 overs in the Bay Oval.
After 135, Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont came out to open. On the other hand, Jhulan Goswami threw the first one from India. He gave up three runs in the first inning. Meghna Singh came in second and as soon as she arrived she dealt a heavy blow to England. He sent Wyatt to the pavilion. Wyatt was caught by Sneh Rana on the first slip.
Women in Blue saw that they were in trouble, as Natalie Sciver was careful and got a crucial partnership with Captain Heather Knight. England reached 50/2 in their more than 15 entry mark. Pooja Vastrakar broke the dangerous look of a partnership between the captain and the vice-captain to return to the Sciver pavilion in 16th place. Gayakwad made the necessary breakthrough for India and sent Amy Jones to the pavilion, the best catch Harmanpreet took.
It was with the ball that England really shone, as Charlie Dean (4/23) took India out of the top flight and Anya Shrubsol (2/20) put in an impressive performance for the team. Heather Knight was back in the fifties with a final touch to England.
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