We shall make every effort to end Australia’s winning streak as soon as possible: Dipti Sharma

We shall make every effort to end Australia’s winning streak as soon as possible: Dipti Sharma. Australia took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series with a close three-run win in the second ODI at Wankhede Stadium.

Star Indian off-spinner Deepti Sharma express confidence that the Indian Women’s cricket team are on the verge of ending Australia’s remarkable winning streak at home. With a narrow three-run win in the second ODI at Wankhede Stadium. Australia claim an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, extending their dominance.

In a media interaction before India’s training session, Deepti highlighted the team’s overall improvement, emphasizing the positive aspect of taking the game against Australia to the end.

“Look, winning and losing is part of the game. — But we’ve grown as a team, whether we’re bowling or batting. ” “We will try to break their winning streak as soon as possible.” She told the reporters, according to Hindustan Times, demonstrating the team’s commitment to change the tide.

Deepti lauded the team’s bowling unit after the second ODI. Highlighting the outstanding performances of debutants Shreyanka Patil and Richa Ghosh. The off-spinner praised Shreyanka Patil’s first session of 1/43 and Richa Ghosh’s courageous performance of 96 from 117 balls.

“We did well as a bowling unit, the spinners and pacers, to limit them. ” At the same time as the batters performed well, their interplay was strong. It is not simple to perform as well as Shreyanka did in her debut match. “It was fun to watch Richa play fearless cricket,” she continued.

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Now I am focusing on tomorrow’s match: Deepti

Deepti, who bowled a brilliant spell of five for 38 in the second ODI, attributed her improved performance to frequent net sessions. She concentrated on improving her strike rate and emphasized the team’s commitment to giving their all in every game.

“(If) I have to speak about my bowling, I have put in a lot of practice time.” I have upped my bowling sessions and have also bowled in various periods such as with the new ball, in the middle overs, and even in the death overs with the old ball. Every team strives to win, but some days it is more difficult than others. We fought it hard and won to the end.

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