The Indian women cricket team is all set to take on England in the summit clash of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 at Lord's cricket ground, London on Sunday. It was Harmanpreet Kaur's blistering knock of 171 not-out in 115 balls, that routed Australia in the semi-finals. Her knock, which included 20 fours and seven sixes ensured that India reach their second ever finals in the World Cup event. Speaking to NDTV, Harmanpreet said her team is confident and looking forward to the all-important final. "We just want to play good cricket and win the match for our country, " she said adding," The team is very confident and everyone is looking very positive and hopefully we will do good in the finals."
Elaborating on that innings against Australia, she said, "At that moment, I wanted to score for my country because that was the moment when the needed to score . I thinking whatever I was thinking it was clicking. After scoring 281 runs, our bowlers and fielders did the job and won the game for us," Harmanpreet said.