Australia Women Vs India Women, 2nd ODI, 2021

The ace Australian women’s cricket team defeated Indian women by five wickets in a stirring game with 275  runs grabbing the 2-0 lead in the Australia Women Vs India Women 2nd ODI,2021 series held on 24th  September 2021 at Mackay in Australia.

The match was gained by Australia’s perpetual spirit and India’s helplessness to tackle the stress.  Innumerable mid fields, stumble objectionable throws at the stumps with no possibilities of a run-out. And then the predestined materializes in cricket – Australia ends up conquering a close shave

The Victory

Meg Lanning, the Australian captain, commented that it was pretty hectic watching the last over. We needed to take it to nine or ten runs with the run rate in the final ten overs and finally headed to procure that. How the game ended was quite exceptional. Australians got the gravity of the match with both batting and bowling.

Player of the Match

Beth Mooney was the best player. She gives the credit to Carey for the association.  She believes that they had the initial pre-season test. She was disheartened to let fall thirteen runs with the last over. However, Carey’s sharp move to grab two balls to secure the win was dazzling for the team.

How Did India Lose?

Though Smriti and Richa were outstanding, the refined players like Jhulan and Mithali failed to deliver. The last over was handed to Jhulan Goswami. She bowled a few no-balls. Indeed, the final ball when three runs were essential. It was crucial; however, they failed to anticipate a no-ball. A match that was sure shot to India just skidded off.

Australia continued to give opportunities to finish the game off, but India was reluctant to accept the last ball. Stay tuned! Let’s gear up for the upcoming gleaming India Vs Australia team series scheduled on 26th September 2021  at the Ray Mitchell Oval in Australia. 

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