Indian Women’s team beat Pakistan by 95 runs in ODI match of ICC Women’s World Cup on Sunday. Left-arm spinner Ekta Bisht showed outstanding performance in the game to beat the opponent team in a low-scoring match to clinch its third successive victory.
In previous matches, Ekta Bisht (10-2-18-5) presented remarkable outings to give opponent team a meager total of 169. On the other hand, Pakistan’s women team lost all its players at a score of 74 in 38.1 overs. Now, Indian team lies on first position with six full points from three games.
What resembled a below average score ended up being a testing one for Pakistani players, who have never effectively pursued more than 134 out of a 50-over World Cup diversion.
They were all adrift against Ekta’s arm balls. She evacuated Ayesha Zafar (1), Sidra Nawaz (0) and Iram Javed (0) in her initial four overs to wreak ruin.
Each of the three conveyances were practically indistinguishable where the hitters played for the turn however it didn’t turn significantly subsequent to pitching. She later returned to get several wickets more.
Pakistan never recouped from that misfortune and opener Nahida Khan (23) and captain Sana Mir (29) were the main ones to achieve twofold figures for Pakistan.
Prior, the Indians could just oversee 169 for nine in the wake of choosing to bat. The innings never picked up force once the in-frame Smriti Mandhana (2) was expelled economically. Captain Mithali Raj and representative Harmanpreet Kaur couldn’t likewise score an excessive number of runs, making it troublesome for alternate players to quicken.
Opener Poonam Raut (48) expended 72 balls, while Deepti Sharma fared no better playing 63 balls for a steady 28. It was guardian Sushma Verma (33 off 35 balls), who utilized the long handle to get the group close to 170-run check.
The last six overs of the innings ended up being profitable for India as Sushma’s assaulting show got 41 keeps running amid that stage.
Left-arm turn pair of Nashra Sandhu and Sadia Yousuf incurred the greatest harm, taking six wickets for 56 keeps running in the 20 overs that they rocked the bowling alley.
“I am pleased with Ekta’s execution. At whatever point she has been given the new ball, she has performed. There were some on edge minutes when we lost the top-arrange (while batting). The organization between Sushma Verma and Jhulan Goswami towards the end was likewise essential. When we got to a sum of 169, I realized that on the off chance that we could bowl well, it could be anyone’s diversion,” said Mithali as she adulated Ekta.
“I don’t confront quite a bit of an issue playing with the new ball. The track spun more than it had amid our amusement against England. Independent of how the pitch is, my employment is to bowl and take wickets and I seek I can keep doing that after my group, ” said Ekta.