Indian women's team's young opener Shefali Verma has made many records in her debut test itself. In the only Test match being played against England in Bristol, opener Shafali Verma scored 96 runs.
In this innings, he broke Chandrakata Call's record of 75 runs in the debut Test match. Shefali shared a 167-run partnership for the first wicket with Smriti. The duo broke the record of a 153-run partnership between Gargi Banerjee and Sandhya Agarwal. Who made it in the 1984 Mumbai Test against Australia.
Shefali hit 13 fours and two sixes in her innings of 96 runs. With this, she has come jointly in the first place in terms of hitting the most number of sixes in an innings of the Women's Test. Alyssa Healy of Australia and Lauren Winfield Hill of England have also hit two sixes each in an innings. Shefali has also become the first woman cricketer in the world to hit two sixes in an innings of her very first Test.