Team India could score only 134 runs in 36.2 overs due to the disappointing performance of the batsman in the ICC Women’s ODI World Cup against England. Defending champions England won the match by four wickets. Indian team losing to England found it difficult to make it to the semi-finals. The Indian women’s cricket team suffered a 4-wicket defeat against England in the ICC Women’s World Cup match which was played on Wednesday.
England’s first win
Indian team, who came out to bat first, got out after scoring just 134 runs in 36.2 overs. In response, England’s team scored 136 runs for six wickets in 31.2 overs and won the match. England had defeated India in the last World Cup as well, but this is England’s first win in this tournament before it had lost three consecutive matches.
Disappointing: The Indian team played a total of 12 matches against England in the World Cup. Out of that eight matches were lost by the Indian team.
Now India will have to win two out of three matches, out of 8 teams, top 4 will reach the semi-finals. Indian team has played four matches and with two wins it is at number three. The team is yet to play matches against Australia, South Africa, and Bangladesh. To reach the semi-finals, it will have to win at least two matches in any case. Australia has won four matches in a row and South Africa has won three matches.
Jhulan first bowler to take 250 wickets
Indian pacer Jhulan Goswami completed 250 wickets in her ODI career by taking 1 wicket against England. She is the first bowler in the world to achieve this feat. Jhulan has played 199 ODIs.
Player of the match Charlie Dean’s web of spin
The 21-year-old spinner Charlie Dean played an important role in England’s victory. She took four important wickets for only 23 runs. Charlie destroyed the Indian team’s middle order and took Sneha Rana’s wicket after Harmanpreet Kaur, who was in excellent form. Charlie also made Pooja Vastrakar her victim by taking her wicket.
ICC Test Rankings
Big loss for Virat Kohli, Bumrah gains 6 places. Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah has jumped 6 places in the ICC Test bowling rankings based on his impressive performance in the second Test against Sri Lanka. Bhumrah has now reached the fourth position in the ICC test rankings.
Former captain Virat Kohli has moved down by 4 places in the ranking of batsmen. Virat is now in the 9th position of the ICC test ranking of batsmen. Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant is in the top 10.
Ashwin ranked second, spinner Ravichandran Ashwin remains in second place in the bowlers’ rankings. He has 850 rating points. Australian captain Pat Cummins remains in first and Rabada is in third place.
IPL 15: Hardik Pandya passes the fitness test
Hardik Pandya, the captain of the new team Gujarat Titans going to participate in IPL 15, has passed the fitness test. Now his way has been cleared to play in this league starting from 26 March. Hardik successfully passed the fitness test yo-yo at the National Cricket Academy NCA in Bengaluru on Wednesday. Hardik passed the yo-yo test with a score of 17 plus.
Prithvi Shaw failed
Delhi Capitals opener Prithvi Shaw has failed the fitness test. He has to cross the score of 16.5 to pass the yo-yo test, but he can still play in the IPL.