Dec 01 2022

IND Beat BAN by 110 Runs Remains Hopeful of Reaching Semis

IND Beat BAN by 110 Runs Remains Hopeful of Reaching Semis

India v Bangladesh, ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 Highlights: India scored 229/7 in 50 overs, with Yastika Bhatia (50 off 80 balls) leading the way. In reply, Bangladesh was bowled out for 119, and India was bowled out for 9.3 overs.

 

ICC Women's World Cup: The 22nd match of the ICC Women's World Cup between India and Bangladesh was played at the Sedan Park Stadium in Hamilton. India won the match. Team India, led by Mithali Raj, defeated Bangladesh by 110 runs. This is the third success of the Indian team in the Women's World Cup 2022. With this victory, the team has reached the third position at the table.

 

In this match, Team India had set a target of 230 runs against Bangladesh, in response to which Bangladesh was bowled out for 119 in 40.3 overs and lost the match by 110 runs. With this, Bangladesh's journey to the semi-finals of the tournament came to an end. However, with Bangladesh now set to play two more matches, it is now almost impossible for the team to reach the semi-finals.

 

Batting first after winning the toss, Smriti Manadhana and Shefali Verma gave India a good start, but the Indian team went on the backfoot in just five balls. India lost the wickets of Mandhana, Shefali and Mithali. Smriti Mandhana was dismissed for 30, while Shefali Verma returned to the pavilion for 42. The duo shared a 74-run stand for the first wicket, but both returned to the pavilion with just four balls to spare. After this, captain Mithali Raj got out on Golden Duck. Mithali's wicket went to Ritu Moni's account.

 

After this, Yastika Bhatia led the innings with Harmanpreet Kaur, but she was run out. Yastika Bhatia shared a 54-run stand with Richa Ghosh for the fifth wicket. Richa was dismissed for 26 runs. Yastika returned to the pavilion with 50 runs for the sixth wicket. Sneha Rana scored 27 runs in the seventh over. Pooja Vastrakar returned unbeaten on 30 runs. India lost 7 wickets in 50 overs and scored 229 runs.

 

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