Women’s World Cup: Jhulan Goswami forged record, still India end up in losing side

The Indian women’s team has sustained a mighty setback in a game of the ICC World Cup. In the game, the Indian unit bundled out for barely 134 runs in the first innings.

The Indian Women’s Cricket Team has lost to England in a game of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. Mithali Raj & Co was glimpsed striving totally in front of the lethal bowling of the English squad that had lost in the last 3 games.

The outcome was that India were all out for 134 runs. England won the game slicing 136 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 31.2 overs. This is England’s first victory in the competition.

Chasing the tiny target of 135 runs from the Indian squad, the English team began sloppily. His initial hit came in the aspect of Daniel Waite.

Subsequently this, Jhulan Goswami got his 250th ODI wicket while doing LBW to Jamie Beaumont. Playing the 199th game, Jhulan is the highest wicket-taker in ODI cricket. She became the initial woman cricketer to catch up with 200 wickets. Subsequently him yet no player has been able to catch up with 200 wickets.

Subsequently this, skipper Heather Knight and Natalie Sciver took over the squad. He slashed a score of 45 runs, but Heather Knight played at the other end and not only conducted the half-century, but also returned unbeaten after finishing the game. He played an unbeaten 53 runs in 72 balls with the assistance of 8 fours.

First, the Indian team slashed 134 runs in 36.2 overs and lost all wickets. Smriti Mandhana slashed the most for her with 35 runs in 58 balls, while Richa Ghosh slashed 33 runs. Jhulan Goswami made 20 and Harmanpreet Kaur sliced 14 runs.

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