INDW dominate Australia in drawn day-night Test

INDW dominate: Continuing the day, Ellyse Perry and Ashleigh Gardner shared an 89-run position. Before Indian pacemakers triggered the collapse and cut Australia from 208-by-four to 241-by-nine.

The Indian women’s team showed a very commendable performance and dominated Australia for the most part in their first day/night Test. Which ended in a draw mainly due to bad weather in the first two days.

What took after was a curious affirmation from Meg Lanning at the stroke of dinner.

Ellyse Perry (68 not out) and Ashleigh Gardner (51). Continued the day at 143 for three, sharing a total of 89 runs before Indian pacemakers triggered. The blow collapse and cut Australia from 208 by four to 241 by nine.

India, who made 377 in its first innings after being asked to hit. Played 35 overs in the second inning before declaring after tea that it would put Australia on. An unlikely goal of 272 runs in just 32 overs. Shafali Verma made 52 balls of 91 while Punam was undefeated with 41 balls of 62.

The goal was virtually unattainable for Australia, which Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney narrowly lost. Australia was 36 of two in 15 overs before players from both teams shook hands to settle for a draw.

In accordance with the rules of the multi-format series, both teams agreed on two points. The series scores 64 in favor of Australia. More than 80 overs were lost in the first two days due to weather conditions. Making the tie the most likely outcome of the four-day game.

India could have declared tea bowling with a 242 run and 41 overs lead. But they didn’t want to leave anything to chance and took the approach of safety first. India, which came into play with just two Pink ball training sessions, outperformed the Australians in every department. It was the first time in 15 years that two teams played an event.

India reached 106 for two in their moment innings at tea. To begin with, innings centurion Mandhana (31 off 48) fell to an incredible capture within the deep by Ashleigh Garnder.

In addition, Megna captured the Jungfrau ticket with a beautiful out winger to catch Annabel Sutherland behind her. Her second box office was Sophie Molino. He was ripped off by another left-handed outwinger

However, within the first session. India pacers made the unused pink ball conversation before a beneath pressure Australia made a curious announcement.

In what seemed like an attempt to move the game forward, Meg Lanning declared the innings before her team could be eliminated.

Brief Scores:

India Women: 377 for 8 declared in 145 overs and 135/3 in 37 overs (Shafali Verma 52; Ashleigh Gardner 1/21, Sophie Molineux 1/23).

Australia Women: 241 for 9 declared in 96.4 overs (Ellyse Perry 68, Jhulan Goswami 2/33, Pooja Vastrakar 3/49) and 36/2 in 15 overs.

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