Australia beat India by nine wickets in the first women’s ODI competition: When India was missing teeth because of fear of bowling, Australia shot down the target in 41 rounds. The four-time World Cup champion last lost ODI in October 2017. India’s weaknesses in the batting and bowling departments were exposed. Mighty Australia gave visitors a nine-door hidden in the first women’s ODI, extending their winning streak to 25 games.
India’s goal is to regularly throw more than 250 balls to challenge Australia like Australia, but in an inning that never got the swing they needed, they only scored eight innings with 225 points. Captain Mithali Raj (61 out of 107 people) posted her 50th post in a row, which is also her 59th, while other positions are from newcomers Yastika Bhatia (35 out of 51), Richa Ghosh (29) 32 of them) and senior pacemaker Jhulan Goswami (Jhulan Goswami). Here comes (20 out of 24).
Australia beat India by nine wickets in the first women’s ODI competition
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When India was missing teeth because of fear of bowling, Australia shot down the target in 41 rounds. The four-time World Cup champion last lost ODI in October 2017.
After 30 quiet starts in the eight rounds, Australian openers Alyssa Healy (77 of 77 games) and Rachael Haynes (93 instead of 100) shifted gears and fled the game. Healy was the aggressor in her booth, and her shots were dominant, including eight four-shots and several six-shots. She was finally caught in the middle, trying to knock another person off the ground, Leggie Poonam Yadav’s.
The Indian team’s starters are Shafali Verma (8 years old) and Smriti Mandhana (16 years old). They both died after crossing some borders, and their start relied heavily on them. You must be consistent in the future. The bowler has recognized the obvious weaknesses in Shafari’s game and does not provide a forefoot ball. When the goalkeeper collected the ball on the side of the pacemaker Darcy Brown’s leg, the 17-year-old died again from a short ball. Brown (4/33) is an outstanding Australian bowler, and debutant Hannah Darlington (2/29) and Sophie Molyneux (2/39) each took a pair.