With her incredible innings of 74 runs, Beth Mooney has registered third highest individual score by a player in the Women’s World Cup Finals.
With the first innings coming to an end, the experienced finale team Australia has put up a decent score of 156 runs with which the yellow dressing room looks satisfied. Thanks to the unbeaten innings of Beth Mooney who came down with a sheer strategy and walked back to the pavilion with 74* runs (not out).
Surprisingly Beth Mooney is already on the list of highest scores in Women’s World Cup Finals as she tops the charg with her 78* off 54 against India in 2020.
She becomes the only player to have registered her name twice in the Top 5 highest scorers list.
The Proteas made history when they became the first South African team (men’s or women’s) to reach a World Cup final in any format. They now have the opportunity to become the most famous team in the country. Meanwhile, Australia are habitual of playing these finals. This is their seventh final in eight tries, and Meg Lanning’s team is vying for their sixth T20 title.