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How whole cricket fraternity congratulate Indian Women’s team for big win over Pakistan during WC2022

The Indian team played its inaugural match of the tournament against rivals, Pakistan. Indian Women defeated Pakistan women by 107 runs. Moreover, the match was played at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. The Indian team had put 244 runs on board. However, they struggled a bit in the middle overs. Still, they managed to remain unbeaten by the Pakistan team in World Cup encounters. Check out how did the cricket fraternity congratulate the Indian Women team. The Mithali Raj-led team was widely appreciated by former cricketers like Sehwag, Harbhajan, VVS Laxman, and Sachin Tendulkar.

Firstly, India won the toss and decided to bat first. Indian star batter, Smriti Mandhana gave a good start to the team. She played a rock-solid knock of 52 off 75. However, as Mandhana was dismissed, the Indian team badly collapsed. The first wicket came at 96 runs. But till the team total reached 114, 6 wickets have fallen. However, Sneh Rana and Pooja Vastrakar established a 122 runs partnership. This enabled India to have a competitive total of 224 runs on board.

Later, the Indian team was phenomenal with their bowling. Rajeshwari Gayakwad, who is a left-arm spinner picked 4 wickets giving only 31 runs. In addition, Jhulan Goswami picked 2 wickets for the team. As a result, India bowled out the Pakistan team at only 137 runs. Which led to India winning the match by 107 runs. This was India’s first match in the 2022 World Cup. Earlier, in the 2017 edition, India lost to England in the final.

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Sanskruti Yadav
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