India’s perfect record comes to an end as they lose to Australia by seven wickets in their U-19 T20 World Cup match.
- Australia defeated India by seven wickets in the Super Six stage of the Women’s U-19 T20 World Cup on Saturday in Potchefstroom, ending India’s undefeated run in the tournament.
- On Saturday at Potchefstroom, Australia defeated India by seven wickets in the Super Six round of the Women’s U-19 T20 World Cup, bringing an end to India’s undefeated streak. After being given the opportunity to bat, the Indian team, which had appeared strong throughout the tournament, was skittled for 87 runs by Australia in just 18.5 overs. Earlier this month, India defended 97 against Australia in a warm-up game, but Shafali Verma’s team was unable to do so again as Australia stormed to victory with 37 balls to spare.
- India’s perfect record comes to an end as they lose to Australia by seven wickets in their U-19 T20 World Cup match.On Saturday in Potchefstroom, Australia handed India its first loss of the Women’s U-19 T20 World Cup, a seven-wicket drubbing in the Super Six stage.
- India loses to Australia by seven wickets in the final of the Under-19 Women’s Twenty20 World Cup.
The Indian women’s Under-19 cricket team lost to Australia by seven wickets.
- The Women’s U-19 T20 World Cup Super Six was played on Saturday in Potchefstroom, and it was there that Australia handed India its first loss. After being given the opportunity to bat, the Indian team, which had appeared strong throughout the competition, was completely blasted out by Australia, which managed to dismiss the Indian batting lineup for just 87 runs in 18.5 overs. While India’s Shafali Verma-led side had defended 97 against Australia in a warm-up game earlier this month, the latter sped to victory with 37 balls to spare.
- India’s net run rate (+1.905) suffered a setback in this loss, which could prove decisive in determining who advances to the semifinals. The Blue Women are now second in the Super Six Group 1, behind Australia.
- The top four teams have four points: Australia, India, South Africa, and Bangladesh. The bottom two teams, Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates, are winless.
- India’s powerful batting lineup had a bad day. Milly Illingworth, although giving up a couple of boundaries, managed to get the valuable wicket of the Indian captain, Shafali (8).
- Then, in the next over, Australian fast struck when Gongadi Trisha (4) edged the ball and was caught by wicketkeeper Paris Hall.
- Sonia Mendhiya (2) wilted under the pressure imposed by the Australian spinners and India eventually lost the match.
- Shweta Sehrawat (21) and the dangerous Richa Ghosh (7) sought to relieve the pressure by collecting a boundary an over, but the keeper-batter was sent back to the hut two balls later, leaving India at 43/4.
- Sianna Ginger took the first wicket of the competition off Sehrawat’s bat. She went on to dismiss Parshavi Chopra (8) and Mannat Kashyap (1) in her next two overs, finishing with figures of 3 for 13.
- Due to the early demise of the top order, the middle-order batsmen were tasked with putting up a substantial score in the decisive match; however, they, too, collapsed under the weight of expectation, with only three Indians reaching double figures.
- In response, Australia came out swinging, leaving Indian bowlers clueless. Runs were being scored before Titas Sadhu (1/13), Archana Devi (1/7), and Sonam Yadav (1/22) grabbed wickets.