England’s team was reduced to just 153 runs. In such a situation, the Indian team got a spectacular victory by 16 runs. England had a good start and scored 27 runs without losing a wicket. But after that the Indian bowlers showed their mettle.
The Indian women’s cricket team has performed superbly at Lord’s. In the third match against England played at Lord’s, the hosts were defeated by 16 runs. With this, the series has been conquered 3-0. Today’s match was the last match for Jhulan Goswami of India. The Indian team has given a memorable farewell to Jhulan Goswami. Batting first, the Indian team scored 169 runs. England needed 170 runs to win. However, the English batsmen succumbed to the Indian bowling attack. England’s team was reduced to just 153 runs. In such a situation, the Indian team got a spectacular victory by 16 runs. England had a good start and scored 27 runs without losing a wicket. But after that the Indian bowlers showed their mettle.
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With this victory, the Indian women’s team has cleaned up England’s problems. It is the first time that the host team has been cleaned on their ground. The stars of India’s win in the low-scoring game were Deepti Sharma and Renuka Thakur. Deepti played a brilliant innings of 68 runs and also took 1 wicket. At the same time, Renuka Thakur dismissed four English batsmen with her rampage. At the same time, Jhulan Goswami, playing his last match, took two wickets for 30 runs. Two wickets have also come in the account of Rajeshwari Gaikwad. After losing the toss, the Indian team came out to bat first. Team India was also bundled out after scoring 169 runs in 45.4 overs. Smriti Mandhana scored 50 and Deepti Sharma scored 68 runs for India.
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Shefali Verma, Yastika Bhatia and skipper Harmanpreet Kaur could not do anything special in today’s match. But Smriti Mandhana held a fall. Later he was joined by Deepti Sharma and together they shared a partnership of 58 runs. Charlie Dean scored 47 runs for England. He hit five fours in his 80-ball innings. Captain Amy Jones (28) and opener Emma Lamb (21) failed to convert good starts into big innings. The series was a memorable one for Jhulan, who made his international debut with a win against England in Chennai on 6 January 2002.