India Vs Australia 2nd T20 Women Cricket: Who Won This Match?

India Vs Australia 2nd T20 Women Cricket: Who Won This Match?: The second T20 match was played between Australia and India at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.

In this match, the Indian team was defeated by Australia. Australia levelled the series 1-1 with the win, the final match will be decisive.

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India Vs Australia 2nd T20 Women Cricket:

Australia won the toss and decided to field first. This proved correct. Indian opener batsman Shefali Verma was out on the personal score of one run.

After him, Rodrigues also walked away after getting out on a personal score of 13 runs. Mandhana’s game was slow and she was out after scoring 23 runs in 26 balls.

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Team India lost wickets at regular intervals. Deepti Sharma stayed at the crease and scored 30 runs in 27 balls. This was the best score from India.

Captain Harmanpreet is disappointed. She returned to the pavilion after getting out on a personal score of just 6 runs.

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Who Won India Vs Australia 2nd T20 Women Cricket Match?:

Richa Ghosh scored 23 runs in 19 balls with the help of 2 fours and 1 six and Team India was able to reach the score of 130 runs for 8 wickets.

The performance of three bowlers was excellent for Australia. Kim Garth, Sutherland and Wareham took 2 wickets each.

Playing in the reply innings, Australia made a strong start. Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney together made a partnership of 51 runs for the first wicket. Hili was out after scoring 26 runs.

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After him, Muni also got out on a personal score of 20 runs. Tahlia McGrath was out for 19 runs after hitting some good shots.

Ashley Gardner was out on a personal score of 7 runs. Meanwhile, Alice Perry remained at the crease and kept increasing the score.

Perry remained unbeaten after scoring 34 runs in 21 balls. Phoebe Litchfield scored 18 runs in 12 balls unbeaten, and Australia won the match by scoring 133 runs for 4 wickets in 19 overs.

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