Indian women’s team declared the innings by scoring 377/8 against Australia. (AP)
INDW vs AUSW Pink Ball Test: The Indian women’s team declared the innings by scoring 377 for 8 wickets in the Pink Ball Test match against Australia. This is the highest score of the Indian team against Australia. Smriti Mandhana scored a record-breaking century in this match.
New Delhi. The Indian women’s team has given a record-breaking performance in the Pink Ball Test match (IND vs AUS Pink Ball Test) against Australia. The Indian team batted first three in the rain-affected match and still did not get out. Indian captain Mithali Raj finally declared the innings at 377/8. This is the highest score of the Indian team against Australia. Indian batsman Smriti Mandhana, who is called the goddess of the off-side, also scored a record-breaking century in this match.
Day-Night Test match is being played between India and Australia (India-W vs Australia-W) in Carrara. Australia captain Meg Lanning won the toss and elected to bowl first. This decision was overshadowed by the Australian bowlers. She could not all out the Indian team even after bowling 145 overs. India declared the innings on Saturday by scoring a record 377 runs for 8 wickets. Earlier, India’s best score against Australia was 343 runs, which he made in 1984 in Ahmedabad.
Most of the credit for this excellent performance of the Indian team goes to Smriti Mandhana. This 25-year-old batter played a valuable innings of 127 runs. This is the highest score by a foreign female batter on Australian soil. Earlier this record was in the name of Molly Hyde of England.