India broke a record high to break Australia’s world record of 26 winning streaks

The Indian women’s cricket team beat Australia with two passes in the third and final ODI. The team led by Mithali Raj broke the Australian streak of 26 ODI wins by finishing his biggest successful hunt ever in the ODI, but lost a 1-2 series.

India’s young strikers Yastika Bhatia and Shafali Verma dazzled at the top with a contrasting half-century as they chased a challenging target, India got the start they needed, thanks to a 59-run grandstand for the opening wicket between Verma (56) and Smriti Mandhana (22) in just under 11 overs.

After an excellent half-century ago some time ago, Ashleigh Gardner broke off the partnership when Mandhan was captured by Annabel Sutherland. Bhatia (64) joined Verma in the middle and the two of them established a good partnership and continued to work well without any difficulty.

After 25 overs, India settled comfortably at 131 for one, and the visiting strikers hit the limit each time. Known for her free play, 17-year-old Verma seemed to have made a conscious decision to hit deep, but struggling with what appeared to be back pain and exhaustion, the Rohtak teenager relented after turning half a century old. an 86-ball format, ending a fruitful connection with Bhatia of 101 races.

Playing only in his third ODI, Bhatia, 21, was an aggressor in pursuit and brought his first half of the century into 56 balls. Bhatia added another 14 runs to its total before substitute Molly Strano changed the look of the game with a spectacular catch at the border.

Trying to pull out a shot, Bhatia eventually outscored Stella Campbell’s delivery, and Strano ended up catching in jumps in a deep back square foot. The Indian also got a postponement before she turned fifty, but she could not take full advantage of it.

It was a big blow for India which was fixed after that exclusion and suddenly it was hard for them to score after they did so with enthusiasm in the first half of their substitution. Richa Ghosh fell in love with Sutherland before the middle pacer went through the gap between Pooje Vastrakar’s bat and the pad to leave India in 192nd place for five.

Skipper Mithali Raj broke the shackles with a welcome from Stella Campbell after just six runs with 20 balls, but the veteran also succumbed to pressure created by an increasing search rate as she was hit by Sutherland when she tried to play an unusual shot. However, Sneh Rana (30) and Deepti Sharma (31) quickly added 33 key runs down the order, enough for those who followed them to check out the team.

Earlier, Indian bowlers again let Australia off the hook as the home team recovered from hesitation and announced a competitive 264 for nine. Struggling with 87 for four in the 25th round, the hosts have recovered through 98 races between Ashleigh Gardner (67) and the centurion from last match Beth Mooney (52).

Tahlia McGrath scored with a quick 47 of 32 balls. For India, midfielder Pooja Vastrakar finished with a 3/46 figure, while experienced sailor Jhulan Goswami picked up 3 gates giving 37 rounds.

Deciding to hit first after winning the throw at Harrup Park, Australia set off calmly with returnees Rachael Haynes (13) and Alyssa Healy (35) making 41 runs for the first wicket in 8.1 overs. After a heartbreaking loss in the second ODI, Goswami provided an introductory breakthrough when she caught Haynes in the middle as the hitter tried to play one over the top.

India rejoiced four balls later as a beautiful Goswami delivery lured coxswain Meg Lanning to ride just to pass her to goalkeeper Rich Ghosh. Australia lost two more gates before the recovery began.

(with PTI entry)

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