India vs Bangladesh ICC Women's T20 World Cup Highlights: India Beat Bangladesh By 18 Runs In Perth
IND vs BAN Women's T20 World Cup Highlights: Indian beat Bangladesh by 18 runs to register their second consecutive win of the tournament.
Spinner Poonam Yadav claimed three wickets as India defeated Bangladesh by 18 runs in a Group A match of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Perth on Monday. Invited to bat, India posted a competitive 142/6 and then returned to restrict Bangladesh to 124/8 to notch up their second successive win in the showpiece event. Chasing 143 to win, Murshida Khatun compiled a 26-ball 30 after her opening partner Shamima Sultana was sent packing in the second over by Shikha Pandey. Once Khatun was removed by Arundhati Reddy, Nigar Sultana (35) tried to keep them in the hunt but Bangladesh struggled against the quality spin bowling of Poonam Yadav, who claimed three wickets to derail Bangladesh's chase. Arundhati Reddy (2/33) and Pandey (2/14) took two wickets each, while Rajeshwari Gayakwad (1/25) accounted for one wicket. Earlier 16-year-old opener Shafali Verma gave India a rollicking start, smashing a 17-ball 39 which contained two fours and four sixes. Jemimah Rodrigues also scored a crucial 37-ball 34 but rest of the batsmen failed to fire as India's runrate took a hit. Down the order, Veda Krishnamurthy then blasted 20 off 11 balls studded with four boundaries to lift them to a fighting total. For Bangladesh, skipper Salma Khatun (2/25) and Panna Ghosh (2/25) claimed two wickets each. (SCOERCARD)
Highlights Of ICC Women's T20 World Cup India vs Bangladesh Match, straight from W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth
Match 6, ICC Women's T20 World Cup, 2020, Feb 24, 2020
India Women beat Bangladesh Women by 18 runs
- 19:44 (IST)India win by 18 runs!Just one run came off the last ball as Bangladesh manage 124/8 in their 20 overs, handing India a 18-run win.
- 18:05 (IST)Five runs from last over as India post 142/6!Five runs came of the final over of the innings as India post 142/6 in 20 overs.
India set Bangladesh 143 to win.— T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) February 24, 2020
In the 2018 Asia Cup, Bangladesh chased down 142 against India, their highest T20I chase to date.
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- 17:00 (IST)