ENG W vs IND W: Shafali Verma’s age created resentment in the first ODI, Learn the reason

The Indian women’s cricket team is touring England these days. The first ODI of the three-match series was played on June 27 between the two teams. Early batsman Shafali Verma made his debut for India in this match. Shafali scored 15 off 14 balls. Shafali, 17, was the first cricketer to debut in three forms of international cricket at such a young age. With the only Test match between the two teams on the tour, Shafali debuted as the biggest form of cricket. In the first ODI against England, controversy arose over the age of Shafali when broadcasters showed her age as 28 years. After this, broadcasters became more and more troll on social media. Shafali was born on January 28, 2004 in Rohtak, Haryana. Shafali made his T20 international debut in 2019 and was impressed by his performance.

People were trolling broadcasters about Shefali’s wrong age. People have made many funny tweets about this. Shafali is known as the Sehwag of the Indian women’s cricket team. Shafali is known for her intrepid game against the opposing team. Shafali scored 96 and 63 in his only Test match against England. He was named the man of the match for this innings. Shafali has played a total of one Test, one ODI and 22 T20 internationals so far.

Speaking of the one-day match between India and England, the hosts easily won by eight wickets. Batting first, the Indian women’s team scored 201 for eight wickets in 50 overs. Captain Mithali Raj scored 72 while Poonam Raut scored 32. In reply, England won the match by scoring 202 runs for the loss of two wickets in 34.5 overs. Tammy Beaumont not out scored 87 and was named man of the match.

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