India Lost! Women's World Cup 2017 Final: India vs. England, Celebrities reaction!: Indian women team played very well today but maybe that is not enough for winning. He started with skipper Mithali Raj, who has led from the front throughout this tournament.
Shrubsole got England off to a dream start as India began their reply, nicking the off-stump of the unsafe Smriti Mandhana for a duck in the second over. Lord's is known worldwide as the Home of Cricket and that sometimes bites England on the rear because other sides raise their game when they play there.
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh congratulated Moga girl Harmanpreet Kaur for her excellent performance that steered India into the finals of Women Cricket World Cup. "Her game makes all of us very proud", he added.
Even when asked about Harmanpreet Kaur's shoulder injury and chances of playing in the final, Arothe refuting the issue said, "Harmanpreet will play". India's highest is 281, against England and in the semi-final against Australia. Do your best today!
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Taylor and Sciver, who hit Deepti Sharma straight back over head for a fine four, put on 83 before Goswami struck in her second spell. The experienced Veda Krishnamurthy gives a much needed stability to the middle order.
Udasi, who is also chief PRO of Central Railway, said the RSPB has undertaken various initiatives to impart regular training to players and prepare them for global events.
Taylor was well caught low down the legside by opposing wicket-keeper Sushma Verma. All the best Jhulan.
ESPNcricinfo senior editor Sharda Ugra termed the win as a "turning point" in Indian women's cricket, but said the team and Kaur's performance did not come as a surprise.
Lauren Winfield (24) was bowled round the legs trying to sweep left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad before Poonam had opener Tammy Beaumont hole out to Jhulan at deep-midwicket for 23. The entire country is gearing up for the Sunday evening as Mithali Raj and girls take on three-time champions England in the final of 2017 Women's World Cup at the Lord's.