India Women tour of Sri Lanka 2022 - 1st T20 | SLW vs INDW

SLW vs INDW 1st T20, SLW vs INDW 2022
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SLW
104-520.0
INDW
20.0 138-6
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India Women won by 34 runs 🏆
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SLW
104-520.0
India Women won by 34 runs 🏆
INDW
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20.0138-6
CRR : 5.20
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Overs Timeline
18th Over:
4
1
1
1
W
0
 
= 7
Last Over:
1
1
1lb
1
1
1
 
= 6
This Over:
0
2
4
1
4
1
 
= 12

Player of the Match

36(27)
4s1
6s0
SR125.00
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47(49)
4s6
6s0
SR95.92
P'ship : 18(13)
Last Wkt :   Ama Kanchana 11(11)
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Bowler:R Singh 0-25
Overs4.0
Econ 6.25
P'ship:18(13)
SR:125.00
4s: 1
6s: 0
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47

(49)

on strike
SR:95.92
4s: 6
6s: 0
Bowler

0-25

4.0

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on strike
Econ: 6.25
Overs Timeline
18th Over:
4
1
1
1
W
0
Last Over:
1
1
1lb
1
1
1
This Over:
0
2
4
1
4
1
Last Wicket:
Nilakshi de Silva
c Harmanpreet Kaurb Pooja Vastrakar
8(11)
Last Bowler:
Pooja Vastrakar
1-13(4.0)
That's all we have from the game today. I'm Saiprasad Kagne on the behalf of my co-commentator Ayan Chatterjee and scorer Zeeshan Naiyer signing off officially here. India-W takes a 1-0 lead in the 3-match T20I series. Stay Tuned !!! for all the further games, till then Good Bye !!! Take Care !!!
Jemimah Rodrigues, Player of the Match: "I don't know. The pitches in Mumbai are slower like Sri Lanka and that has helped me to do well and apply myself here. I love playing here. The facilities and the love I or the rest of the team are getting the facilities and everything here has been amazing. The Board has been very warm and hospitable to us very much. We are happy to be here and playing in this wonderful country."
Harmanpreet Kaur India Winning Captain: "We were a bit rusty and it happens. Credit to them to pull it through. I think Jemimah batted well and the bowlers were great today. We want to come back stronger with our batting in the powerplay. The rest was covered. The facilities and everything are great and we are fortunate to entertain the people here even in these times the Lankans have been very hospitable to us and we love coming here."
Chamari Athapaththu Sri Lanka Losing Captain: "Actually we dropped loads of catches. We dropped Harman twice which is not on. The last over 20 runs were the difference. The powerplay batting, we were slow and we lost. The score was chaseable and we were too negative I feel. We have to be positive for chasing these scores of 139 down."
Time for the post-match presentation ceremony.
17:07 IST | Saiprasad | Review: With that single wide of mid-on fielder, India-W won the match by 34 runs. Sri Lanka-W only manages to score 104 runs with the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs. They take a 1-0 lead in the 3-match T20I series. A professional bowling performance from Harmanpreet Kaur and her girls. In the beginning, Sri Lanka was a bit slow to start but then started to build some momentum. Radha Yadav struck twice in three balls to remove Chamari Athapaththu and Harshitha Madavi, which forced an uncharacteristic cautious approach from the rest of the batters. While Kavisha Dilhari did her best, her strike rate under 100 meant that it would never be enough, especially after chasing at 9 RPO in the last 10 overs. The bowling today from India was very good and the extras column is only an honest reflection of that. India scored 20 runs off the final over, which gave the visitors some confidence going into the chase. They hardly bowled any bad deliveries today, most of the bowlers were trying to keep it on the stumps. From the bowling department, India-W used 7 different bowlers today, and all the bowlers managed to keep their individual economy rates under 9 RPO. While Deepti Sharma bowled at an economy rate of 3 RPO with the reward of 1 wicket. Pooja Vastrakar and Shafali Verma picked up 1-1 wickets each as well. However, the game-changer of the match, Radha Yadhav picked up 2 wickets in an over which send Sri Lanka-W way behind in the game. Stay tuned for the post-match presentation ceremony.
Renuka Singh Thakur
0-25(4.0)
OVER 20
0
2
4
1
4
1
Anushka Sanjeewani
10(8)
Kavisha Dilhari
48(45)
19.6 Thakur to K Dilhari
1 Hones in the yorker from Renuka, Dilhari works it away to the long-on region for a single to end the match and the over. So, Dilhari remains unbeaten on 48 as India wins this contest by 34 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the 3-match T20I series. A professional bowling performance from Harman and her girls.
19.5 Thakur to K Dilhari
4 FOUR! Fuller length around middle and leg, Dilhari uses her bottom hand and goes inside out over extra cover for a glorious boundary. Shot of the day for me.
19.4 Thakur to A Sanjeewani
1 Fuller length around off, Sanjeewani works it towards the deep midwicket region for a single.
19.3 Thakur to A Sanjeewani
4 FOUR! Fuller length outside leg, Sanjeewani looks to hit it towards the leg side and gets an inside edge towards the fine leg region for a lucky boundary.
19.2 Thakur to A Sanjeewani
2 A couple of runs here. Bowls it on the legs, Sanjeewani looks to sweep and gets it off the back of the bat behind the keeper for a couple of runs.
19.1 Thakur to A Sanjeewani
0 Thakur will bowl the final over of the innings. Short of a length, Sanjeewani cuts it to covers.
Pooja Vastrakar
1-13(4.0)
OVER 19
1
1
1lb
1
1
1
Kavisha Dilhari
43(43)
Anushka Sanjeewani
3(4)
18.6 P Vastrakar to A Sanjeewani
1 Fuller and wide outside off, Sanjeewani works it away through the covers for a single to end the over. 19 overs have been bowled.
18.5 P Vastrakar to K Dilhari
1 A slower ball with no pace on the ball, Dilhari tries to paddle it and gets it to the short fine leg fielder for a single.
18.4 P Vastrakar to A Sanjeewani
1 Fuller length around off, Sanjeewani plays a strange shot towards the square leg region for a single.
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