Such a blast in the World Cup! 18-year-old batsman hits fours, hits 92 runs


India started with a win in the Under 19 T20 World Cup
Shweta Sehrawat played an unbeaten inning of 92 runs

New Delhi. The Indian women’s Under-19 team made a bang in the T20 World Cup being played in South Africa. In the very first match, 18-year-old batter Shweta Sehrawat created such a storm that the team set the mood of the tournament. This young man created more havoc than captain Shefali Verma’s aggressive batting.

The Under-19 T20 World Cup, which started in South Africa from January 14, started with a bang. Batting first against India, the host team scored 166 runs for 5 wickets. The score was looking big but opener Shweta along with captain Shefali played such an explosive innings that ended the match 21 balls earlier. In 16.3 overs, India started with a win by achieving the target after losing 3 wickets.

18 year old batter storm

Everyone is aware of Shefali Verma’s batting, but the way Shweta played, she entertained everyone a lot. Captain lost the wicket after playing an innings of 45 runs in 16 balls but Shweta kept the front. Scored his half-century by scoring 11 fours in 37 balls. After this, taking on the bowlers of the host team, Dana Dan scored 9 fours and scored an unbeaten inning of 92 runs in 57 balls to lead the sports team to victory.

flurry of squares

Shweta had not one or two such overs in which she scored fours continuously. This batter hit 3 fours in the 9th over and then hit 3 consecutive fours in the 11th over. Shweta hit 2-2 fours in the 14th, 15th and 16th overs. To reach 50 runs from 42 runs, this batter hit 3 consecutive fours.

Tags: India vs South Africa, Indian women cricketers, shafali verma

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