In a see for the match in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup at Seddon Park in Hamilton, India Women’s Cricket team thwarted Bangladesh Women by 110 runs.
On Tuesday, Yastika Bhatia’s tenacious fifty and Sneh Rana’s all-round effort helped India cruise to a 110-run victory over Bangladesh, keeping India in contention for a semifinal ticket at the ICC Women’s World Cup. India’s marginal run rate increased as a result of the massive victory, and it currently ranks in the top third in the Points Table following Australia and South Africa.
With her all-around performance of 4/30 with the ball and 27 off 23 balls with the bat, Sneh Ran was significant in the win. Yastika Bhatia and Pooja Vastrakar also made significant breakthroughs. India’s choice to replace pacer Meghna Singh with seasoned spinner Poonam Yadav (1/25) reaped off. Bangladesh strived to drive the pitch on a slow wicket having spinners hitting from each extreme and were wobbling at 69/5 at 25 overseas. With a 40-run duo, Lata Mondal (24) and Salma Khatun (32) gave little resilience, but Jhulan Goswami knocked both of these, whereas Vastrakar bowled Mondal a few overs later.
Bangladesh’s quest hardly got rolling in the Powerplay, as they dropped two wickets and scored only 19 runs, the weakest total by any side in this World Cup’s Powerplay. However, even post the powerplay, they persisted to struggle with the bat, losing five wickets for 35 runs. The only key contributor with the bat came from Salma Khatun and Lata Mondal, who combined 40 for the sixth wicket. Following the dissolution of the combination, India rushed to conclude Bangladesh’s game at 119.
Who got the Player Of The Match Title?
Even though Sneh Rana had a fantastic performance with both batting and bowling, it’s difficult to acknowledge why she wasn’t named Player of the Match. Yastika Bhatia, on the other hand, was a suitable candidate for Player of the Match since she calmed the ship after India dropped three wickets in a row and also struck a fifty to add to her previous fifty, demonstrating continuity with the bat.