Thursday, October 21, 2021

Australia women team declares their first innings after lossing nine wickets Pooja vastrakar Jhulan Goswami and Deepti sharma bowled brilliant spell Smriti Mandhana IND W vs AUS W – Latest Cricket News

In the only pink ball test match being played between India and Australia women team, Kangaroo team has declared their first innings after losing their 9 wickets for 241 runs. After which Team India took the lead of 141 runs on the basis of first inning. Jhulan Goswami and Pooja Vastrakar did not have one hand for the Australian batsmen and the team lost wickets at frequent intervals on the last day of the Test. Earlier, the Indian team had declared its innings by scoring 377 runs.

On behalf of the Kangaroo team, Alyssa Perry could only face the Indian bowlers by staying at the crease and she remained not out after scoring 68 runs. Apart from him, Ashleigh Gardner played a brilliant innings of 51 runs in 86 balls. Together they put on 91 runs for the fifth wicket, but as Gardner was dismissed, the Kangaroo team’s batting order was shattered like a pack of cards. Pooja took three wickets for the Indian team, while Jhulan and Magna took two wickets each. Deepti Sharma took the big wickets of Gardner and Darcy Brown.

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Earlier, Team India declared their innings on the third day of the Test by scoring 377 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. Smriti Mandhana played a brilliant innings of 127 runs for the team, while Deepti Sharma contributed 66 runs. Mandhana became the first player for India to score a century with the pink ball and also holds the record for most runs scored by any foreign batsman on Australian soil. India had suffered a 2-1 defeat in the ODI series at the hands of the Kangaroo team earlier, but by winning the last match, Team India stopped Australia’s winning streak of 26 wins.

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