ICC Women’s T20 World Cup: Australian women’s cricket team has won the T20 World Cup by defeating the Indian women’s team by 85 runs. A record number of spectators gathered at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to watch the final match.
It is being said that for the first time in Australia a large number of spectators gathered for a women’s sports event. The arrival of such a large number of spectators for women’s cricket matches is also a record.
In the opening group match, the Indian women’s team had defeated Australia, but in the final race she lost to the host team.
The opening pair of Alyssa Healy, who started the match from Australia, scored 75 and Beth Mooney scored 78 (not out).
Australian opening pair shared 115 runs for the first wicket.
Australia lost 185, giving India a target of 185 runs to win.
Megan Shut of the host team took four wickets for 18 runs and Jess Jonassin took three wickets for 20 runs.
During the power play, the Indian team was able to score only 30 runs after losing four wickets and was eventually dismissed for 99 runs.
Australia’s record, team India lost
The Australian team showed an aggressive game from the beginning, while the Indian team was weak from the beginning.
Shefali Verma, the young player of the Indian team, was dismissed by just 2 runs in the first over and Jomima Rodrigues was out without scoring any runs.
Smriti Mandhana also had to return to the pavilion after scoring only 11 runs. Harmanpreet Kaur also could not last long.
The four-time world champion Australian team has won the World Cup for the fifth time by winning another victory.
At the same time, the Indian team once again missed making history. The Australian team won the toss and batted first and left no chance for the Indian team.