England defeats India to clinch fourth Women’s Cricket World Cup

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LONDON—England team defeated India in the Women’s Cricket World Cup match by nine runs at Lord on Sunday for the fourth time.

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India, pursuing an unassuming 229 to win, was cruising to triumph in the last as it achieved 190 for three. In any case, a late crumple, started by five wickets in 19 balls from Anya Shrubsole, saw England grab an improbable triumph on home soil.

“It was only an unfathomable diversion. We searched for minute like we were out of it,” Shrubsole said. “Be that as it may, an awesome aspect regarding this group, we never surrender. We never let the flee from us, despite the fact that we weren’t getting wickets. We knew whether we got a couple we’d be appropriate in the diversion and all was well at last.

“I believe it’s a fantasy and a fantasy you never believe will work out.”

It was a breakthrough minute for ladies’ cricket as Lord’s — known as the Home of Cricket — was sold out and ticket hawkers were outside the ground.

The English had lost to India in their opening round of the competition yet amazing triumphs in the following six matches made them top choices to add to the glasses they won in 1973, 1993 and 2009.

Britain chief Heather Knight won the hurl and batted to start with, however she had left for one when Natalie Sciver touched base in the center with England 63 for three.

Sciver and Sarah Taylor put on 83 for the fourth wicket, however both were setbacks of a shocking spell of three wickets for two keeps running off 10 balls by quick bowler Jhulan Goswami. Sciver, the main player to make two centuries at this World Cup, achieved another 50, yet included only one more keep running before she was caught by Goswami.

Katherine Brunt made a windy 34 and Jenny Gunn an unbeaten 25, however England’s aggregate of 228 for seven showed up particularly reachable for India.

Shrubsole got England off to a fantasy begin as India started their answer, scratching the off-stump of the unsafe Smriti Mandhana for a duck in the second finished.

At the point when Mithali Raj got herself run out, by Sciver, going for a solitary that was never on, India was 43 for two and the experience was finely balanced.

In any case, that brought Harmanpreet Kaur, who obliterated Australia with a stunning unbeaten 171 in the elimination round, to the wrinkle. Kaur clubbed two sixes on her approach to 51 preceding holing out to Tammy Beaumont, off Alex Hartley, going for a third.

Yet, handling burdens and oversights were beginning to sneak in for England. Taylor missed a puzzling to dispose of Poonam Raut before Knight dropped Veda Krishnamurthy.

The diversion appeared up when Raut, battling with issue, at last fell leg before to Shrubsole for 86, leaving India 191 for four.

Be that as it may, when Hartley represented Sushma Verma for a duck, at that point Shrubsole evacuated Krishnamurthy and Goswami in progressive balls, England had a life saver.

Taylor thought she had Deepthi Sharma puzzled yet a drawn-out replay couldn’t demonstrate her foot was off the floor at the purpose of effect.

However minutes after the fact Shikha Pandey was run out, Sharma selected Sciver off Shrubsole and India was nine down.

Extraordinarily, Gunn dropped the most direct catch of an exciting last from Rajeshwari Gayakwad just to increase the pressure much further.

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In any case, Shrubsole took care of business with the following ball, clean knocking down some pins Gayakwad to start festivities on the contribute and chaos the stands in north London.

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