Indian women's captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored a run of runs in the practice match against England in the Woman's T20 World Cup. They hit the 200-strike rate and scored 64 runs in 32 balls. Harmanpreet is also known as Lady Sehwag in Indian women's cricket. These names have been given to them for their explosive mood. Harmanpreet's innings of 64 runs in 32 balls included six boundaries and three sixes.
Harmanpreet's Armored Games
Thanks to this impressive innings of Captain Harmanpreet, India scored 144 runs in 20 overs and scored 145 runs in the first 20 overs and England set a target of 145 runs. But the Indian team allowed England to score only 133 runs on eight wickets. Opener Danny Wyatt scored 54 runs for most runs from England. India's Poonam Yadav got three, while Radha Yadav and Deepti Sharma got two wickets each.
Harmanpreet's shield of Indian batting
The Indian shift continued around Harmanpreet. He then took responsibility when India lost the wickets of Smriti Mandana (13), Jemima Rodrigues (21), Mithali Raj (18), Veda Krishnamurthy (three) and D Hemlata (zero), and struggled at 70 for five wickets. . Harmanpreet, along with Deepti Sharma (18), shared a 54-run partnership for the sixth wicket to help the team reach the fighting score.
India's second win
Thanks to the swashbuckling innings of Harmanpreet, the Indian team managed to beat England by 11 runs in the women's T20 World Cup, which is their second successive win in practice match.