Women’s WC LIVE: India kneels in front of Pakistani spinners, Mithali Raj also out

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Mount Maunganui: The Women’s World Cup 2022 is being played in New Zealand. Teams of India and Pakistan (India vs Pakistan Cricket Match) are starting their campaign with a match against each other. In the match, the Indian team captained by Mithali Raj won the toss against Pakistan and decided to bat first.

Half of India’s team out for 112 runs
India lost their second wicket for 96 runs. Now half of his team is out for 121 runs. The Indian batter does not want to spend any time at the crease. This is Pakistan’s dream comeback. Wonderful game of pak spinners. Richa Ghosh (1) on a fuller length ball was cleaned up by Nida Dar.

Indian team in trouble
Pakistan has made a tremendous comeback in the match. No batsman is getting any chance to stay on the pitch. Indian vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur also got away cheaply. Harman, playing 5 runs in 13 balls, was lbw by the Pakistani vice-captain and Nida Dar.
India’s score in 29 overs: 108/4

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Now Mithali and Harman are in charge
India now needs a good partnership to recover from the constant setbacks. Two of the most experienced batsmen of the team are at the crease at the moment. Captain Mithali Raj, who is playing her last World Cup, needs Harmanpreet Kaur along with her.

Smriti Mandhana also out
India lost two wickets for two runs. The Pakistani team is now making a comeback in the match. On her own delivery, Anam Amin took a brilliant low catch to end the innings of Smriti Mandhana, who scored 52 runs off 75 balls.
India’s score: 100/3 in 25 overs

Deepti Sharma out as soon as Smriti Mandhana’s fifty
In a big stage like the World Cup, Smriti Mandhana scored the 21st half-century of her career, but Deepti Sharma (40 runs) got clean bowled on the very next ball. Deepti was playing well, but due to the swing shot, Nasra got clean bowled by Sandhu.
Score in 22 overs: 96/2

Smriti Mandhana towards half century
India has 87 runs in 20 overs. After losing the first wicket in the third over, now the team has been handled by Smriti Mandhana (47). This left-handed batter is getting good support from Deepti Sharma (34). There has been an 83-run partnership for the second wicket between the two.

India completes 50 runs in 11.5 oversThe Indian team had a slow start. He had scored only 10 runs in the first 5 overs, but after that Smriti and Deepti batted well. India completed 50 runs in 11.5 overs.

Shefali out without opening an account
Diana Baig gave the first blow to India. He clean bowled Shefali Verma on the last ball of the third over. Shefali could not open the account. score 4/1

India’s innings begins
Smriti Mandhana and Shefali Verma have come on the field to open the innings of the Indian team. Diana Baig did the first over for Pakistan.

Playing XIPakistan Women (Playing XI): Javeria Khan, Sidra Amin, Bismah Maroof (capt), Omaima Sohail, Nida Dar, Alia Riaz, Fatima Sana, Sidra Nawaz (wk), Diana Baig, Nashra Sandhu, Anam Amin

India Women (Playing XI): Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Deepti Sharma, Harmanpreet Kaur, Mithali Raj (Captain), Richa Ghosh (Wicketkeeper), Sneh Rana, Jhulan Goswami, Meghna Singh, Pooja Vastrakar, Rajeshwari Gaikwad both teams have their first match this season of the tournament. . So both the teams will try to start with a win. If we look at statistics and history, then India has the upper hand because like the men, Pakistan’s women’s team has never been able to beat the Indian team in the ODI World Cup.

bowling weak sideThe Indian team, which last traveled to the final, had reached New Zealand a month ago and is well aware of the conditions here. Although the Indian batsmen have done well recently but the bowling has not been as good as expected. Indian batsmen have scored over 250 in five of the last seven matches including two practice matches, which is a good sign for the team. But the bowlers did not work as India lost the series 1-4 to New Zealand. He could not defend a score of more than 270 runs in two matches. In such a situation, the bowlers will have to improve their performance. As far as Pakistan is concerned, it has participated in the World Cup four times, out of which three times it was at the bottom and once in the Super Six in 2009. The Bismah Maroof-led side, however, will be confident with wins over New Zealand and Bangladesh in the practice matches.

[Attribution to NBT]

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