India Women vs England Women, 3rd ODI: Mithali Raj has also become the highest run-scorer in international cricket after scoring 11 runs.
India Women vs England Women, 3rd ODI: In the third ODI against England, the Indian women’s team won by four wickets. Hero of the match Captain Mithali Raj (Mithali Raj) Made. He played an unbeaten innings of 75 runs in 86 balls. She returned to the pavilion only after ensuring the victory of the team. Mithali Raj also contributed 49 runs for the team. Also Read – Virat asked Smriti Mandhana- Will love marriage or arrange, gave a funny answer
Batting first, the England women’s team was all out for 219 runs in the 47th over. While chasing the target, India won the match by four wickets in the last over. This match was of 47 overs. Despite this victory of the Indian women’s team, England’s team managed to win the ODI series 2-1. Now the three-match T20 series between the two teams is going to start on July 9. Also Read – Mithali Raj became the highest run-scorer in Women’s International Cricket, overtaking the English player
Mithali Raj (Mithali Raj) has become the highest run-scorer in international cricket by adding 11 runs in her innings of 75 runs. Mithali left England’s Charlotte Edwards behind. Apart from Mithali, Smriti Mandhana played an innings of 49 runs in 57 balls with the help of eight fours for India. Apart from this, Sneh Rana scored 24 runs in 22 balls with the help of three fours. Also Read – INDw vs ENGw: Team India in danger of being wiped out, Harmanpreet Kaur’s form a matter of concern
Sneh and Mithali (Mithali Raj50 runs partnership between ) brought India closer to victory. Six runs were needed in the last over and Mithali style gave her team victory by hitting fours.
Sophie Eccleston was the most successful bowler for England. Sophie took two wickets for 36 runs in 10 overs. Earlier, the Indian bowlers led by Deepti Sharma (3/47) restricted England for 219 runs.
The match started late due to rain and it was decided to make the match 47 overs. India won the toss and elected to bowl first and bowled out England for 219 runs in 47 overs. For England, Natalie Sciver scored 49 runs in 59 balls with the help of five fours.