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England vs India: Harmanpreet Kaur may be very powerful to bowl to, says England captain Amy Jones

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England captain Amy Jones admitted that Harmanpreet Kaur may be very powerful to bowl at after England suffered an 88-run defeat by the hands of India within the second ODI match. India have secured the three-match collection 2-0.

Harmanpreet Kaur performs a shot as Amy Jones seems on. (Reuters Photo)

HIGHLIGHTSAmy Jones stated that Harmanpreet Kaur batted extraordinarily effectively in 2nd ODIJones stated that England misplaced as a consequence of lack of partnerships whereas chasing 334 runsJones stated that wherever England bowled, Harmanpreet was capable of finding boundaries

England captain Amy Jones stated that India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur is “very tough to bowl to” after England suffered an 88-run defeat within the second ODI and misplaced the three-match collection to India.

Harmanpreet Kaur smashed 100 to setup the match for India, who went on to win an ODI collection in England for the primary time since 1999.

“Every loss is tough and they got away from us at the end with the bat. Harman batted extremely well. We didn’t get close enough, didn’t get partnerships,” Amy Jones stated on the post-match presentation.

“She (Harmanpreet) is very tough to bowl to, and for our young talents, this is a good learning. Wherever we bowled, she was finding the boundary.”

Harmanpreet’s blitzkrieg powered India to put up their all-time second highest whole of 333/5, after being put into bat on Wednesday, September 21. A late surge by the India captain changed into a nightmare for England’s younger bowling assault.

In the ultimate 10 overs, India added 121 runs, with Harmanpreet hitting 43 runs in simply 11 balls to stay unbeaten on 143. In reply, England misplaced three essential wickets early on earlier than folding for 245 inside 45 overs with Renuka Singh returning with a four-wicket haul.

Amy Jones additional stated that England, who’re lacking the likes of standard captain Heather Knight and Natalie Sciver, want to enhance within the third ODI because the collection accommodates the Championship factors.

“There are points to be had in the next game, so we need to improve. With lot of the senior ones missing, it’s about giving opportunities to the youngsters and Lord’s is one more step in that direction. Lot to play for as there are points to play for still,” Jones stated.

India and England will play the third and ultimate ODI match on September 24 at Lord’s.

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