India Women scored 333 for the lack of 5 wickets in opposition to England Women within the second ODI in Canterbury after Harmanpreet Kaur scored an unbeaten 143 off 111 balls.
India Women hit their 2nd highest WODI rating after Harmanpreet’s 143 not out. Courtesy: Reuters
HIGHLIGHTSIndia scored 333 for five in opposition to England in CanterburyHarmanpreet Kaur scored 143 off 111 ballsIndia scored 62 runs of their final 3 overs
India Women, on Wednesday, September 21, registered their second-highest rating in WODIs. The Women in Blue scored 333 for the lack of 5 wickets in opposition to England Women within the second ODI of the three-match ODI in Canterbury.
Harmanpreet Kaur performed a masterful knock of 143* off 111 balls with the assistance of 18 fours and 4 sixes. She began her knock with warning after Charlotte Dean removed Yastika Bhatia, who was beginning to look harmful.
She reached her half-century off 64, after which he raced to her century off 100 balls. Once she reached the three-figure rating, there was no stopping her. Deepti Sharma and Pooja Vastrakar additionally lent Harmanpreet Kaur first rate assist.
In the final three overs, India scored as many as 62 runs. Left-arm pacer Freya Kemp ended up bearing the brunt of Harmanpreet’s highly effective show of strokeplay at St Lawrence Ground.
Kemp completed with figures of 10-0-82-1 and she or he conceded seven wides as properly. Harleen Deol lent her apt assist, scoring 58 very important runs in her 113-run partnership with the skipper.
India’s highest rating of 358/2 in WODIs got here in opposition to Ireland in Potchefstroom approach again in May 2017. In that very sport, Deepti Sharma scored 188 off 160 balls and it stays to be the best particular person rating by an Indian lady in ODIs.
India additionally registered their highest WODIs rating, surpassing the 281/3 that they scored in Derby in the course of the 2017 World Cup.
England additionally conceded their second-highest complete in ODIs, with 356/5 by Australia in April 2022 in the course of the 2022 World Cup being the best.
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