Indian girls hoisted the flag, achieved the biggest victory in test history


Indian women's cricket team created history at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. India defeated England by a huge margin of 347 runs in the test match played on this ground. Team India achieved this victory on the third day of the match. India had made a huge score of 428 runs in its first innings. Team India's bowlers dismissed England cheaply in the first innings. The England team collapsed for only 136 runs. Team India did not give a follow-on to England and decided to play the second innings. India declared its second innings at 186 runs at the loss of six wickets and again gave a target of 479 runs to England. But in the second innings too, the England team lost the match after being bundled out for 131 runs. This is the biggest win so far in women's test history.

India's bowlers did not allow England's batsmen to stay on the wicket in both the innings. Deepti Sharma took the most wickets for India in this match. Deepti took five wickets in the first innings and four wickets in the second innings. That means he took a total of nine wickets in the entire match.

No one had expected such poor batting from the England team. After collapsing early in the first innings, it was expected that this team would do well in the second innings, but it could not happen. England's batsmen collapsed in the first session on the third day. India had declared its second innings on the second day. On the third day, England came out to play its second innings. But could not save the wicket. Pooja Vastrakar sent Tammy Beaumont to the pavilion on the last ball of the seventh over. From here the sequence of wickets started and England's batsmen kept returning to the pavilion one by one. Captain Heather Knight scored the maximum 21 runs for the team. Charlie Dean remained unbeaten after scoring 20 runs. Beaumont 17, Sophie Dunkley 15, Danny Wyatt 12, and Kat Cross remained unbeaten on 16 runs. For India, Deepti took four wickets and Pooja took three wickets. Rajeshwari Gaikwad took two wickets. Renuka Singh took one wicket.

The Indian team came to play its second innings on Friday. In this innings, she came in with a lead of 292 runs. In such a situation, India's effort was to score runs fast and give maximum targets to England. Shefali Verma played an inning of 33 runs. Smriti Mandhana scored 26 runs. Yastika Bhatia scored nine runs. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur was on 44 runs but she did not care about her half-century and declared the innings. Jemimah Rodrigues played 27 innings and Deepti played 20 innings.