Thursday, March 23, 2023

India vs South Africa Womens: Indian women cricketer Amanjot Kaur dominated the debut match, Deepti Sharma also washed South Africa badly

India vs South Africa Women: The Indian women’s cricket team has to play in the T20 World Cup to be hosted by South Africa next month. Before this, the women’s team is playing a tri-series, in which its first match was against South Africa. In this match, Team India, captained by Smriti Mandhana, registered a spectacular win by 27 runs.

West Indies is the third team in this tri series. Batter Amanjot Kaur made his debut in the match against South Africa. He played a match-winning inning of 41 runs off 30 balls. For this reason, he was also chosen as the player of the match. Deepti Sharma, who performed all-rounder in the match, also defeated South Africa.

Amanjot Kaur played a brilliant innings

Actually, after losing the toss in the match, the Indian team came out to bat first and lost 5 wickets for 69 runs in 11.4 overs. Team India was looking in trouble here. But only then Amanjot Kaur, who came to bat at number 7, set foot on the crease and played a brilliant innings. He badly washed the African bowlers and brought the Indian team’s score to 147 for 6 wickets.

Apart from 23-year-old Amanjot, opener and wicketkeeper Yastika Bhatia scored 35 runs off 34 balls. While Deepti Sharma played a blistering inning of 33 runs off 23 balls. After this, in response to the target of 148 runs, the South African team could only score 120 runs after losing 9 wickets and lost the match by 27 runs.

Amazing of Devika-Deepti in bowling

After batting, Deepti Sharma, who washed the African team, took over the bowling, then there was a blast there too. Off-spinner Deepti Sharma took 3 important wickets for 30 runs in 4 overs. Apart from him, leg-spinner Devika Vaidh took 2 important wickets for 19 runs in 3 overs. Now the Indian women’s team has to play its next match against West Indies on 23 January.


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