India, Women vs. England, Women T20: Wyatt is the undefeated 89-pin final of the T20I, a series for England vs. India | Cricket News

Opener Danni Wyatt broke an undefeated 89 with just 52 balls and led England to an easy win with eight bags in the third and final day / night women’s T20 International in Chelmsford on Wednesday. England thus won the T20I 2-1 series.
After starting a well-deserved draw in its on-off Test in Bristol, India thus ended its English tour at a low level, losing both the T20I and ODI series with identical results. Considering that they lost the series in both formats a few months ago in South Africa and at home – it is obvious that India still has a lot of work to do to improve its limited turnaround game if it wants to qualify for the World Cup with 50 surpasses next year. New Zealand.
Attacking Indian bowlers, especially spinners with her feet, Wyatt gave up 11 fours and two sixes to prove a point to the English selectors, who left her out of the ODI. She took three fours in the retreat Sneh Rana‘s first over in the match, and then swept Deepti Sharma by six and four in the penultimate game as the Indian spinners, perhaps injured by the dew, proved completely ineffective in the key game.
Defending a score below 153, India’s hopes were ignited by Deepti, who hit in her first overture, capturing the English introduction Tammy Beaumont lbw. However, Wyatt joined forces with Natalie Sciver (42, 36b, 4×4) for an alliance of 112 runs for the second pass in just 77 balls that will seal England’s game and series.
Endure a bad game, a teenage sense of punching Shafali Verma he was looking for a duck and then misjudged the catch on a deep square leg. Although the young man was very impressed with the bat on this tour, it is clear that he has to improve his field with a big difference.
Smriti Mandhana struck in time half a century (70, 51b, 8×4, 2×6), but England managed to limit India to 153 for six in 20 overs. Left hand switch Sophie Ecclestone she took three for 35, while Katherine Brunt scalped the key necks of Shafali Verme, in the first duel of the match, and later Mandhane. In addition to giving her contribution with the bat, multiple player Sciver gave only 16 runs in her four overs, in addition to taking the wicket.
Demonstrating royal form in decision-making, Mandhana added 68 in 52 balls for the third wicket with captain Harmanpreet Kaur (36, 26b, 5×4, 1×6) while the pair helped India recover from 13 for two in the fourth contest. After they were both gone, ‘guard Richa Ghosh produced a fine cameo (20, 13b, 4×4) to provide an inning finish.
Entering this match, Mandhana’s highest score in the limited part of the tour was 49 in the final ODI in Worcester. Every time she looked like she was going to get big, the left-hander would lose a pass. However, on Wednesday she did not fail to record her 13th half of the century in her 18th game T20I. The sleek left-hander punished anything on the stump, but she was also off-side when she once came out and smashed left spinner Sophie Ecclestone over an extra blanket in her typical style. She was eventually caught in the middle of the wicket with a low full throw, which Bruint took out from behind.
After finding some form in the final game, Harmanpreet continued to hit the ball cleanly as she stepped out to push off-spinner Mady Villiers by six to the ground, before taking off 14 from the leggie Sarah Glennit’s over.
Coming out at the fall of Mandhana’s neck, Richa Ghosh smashed Brunt for consecutive fours down the ground, before the 17-year-old gave further proof of her phenomenal talent by swinging and then opening the face of her bat and getting two fours to run away from Ecclestone.
Earlier, after winning the throw and deciding to hit first with a stick, India started the worst possible start when Shafali was out of the game for a duck with two balls only the fourth ball in the match, inside Katherine Brunt threw on her stumps as she tried to break it. It was the second time in the T20I series with three games when Brunt threw Shafali for a duck. Given that the teenage striker has toned Brunt in five consecutive fours in the previous game, it can be safely assumed that the English veteran won 2-1.
Soon Harleen Deol was out as she forged a swing from spinner Sophie Ecclestone’s left side, to make Sciver catch a great diving catch in the short middle pass.
Short results: India lost 153-6 in 20 overs (Smriti Mandhana 70, Harmanpreet Kaur 36; Sophie Ecclestone 3-35) from England 154-2 in 18.4 overs (Danni Wyatt 89 did not lose, Natt Sciver 42) by eight passes.


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