Former Kangaroo captain Lisa Stalaker has been impressed by the game of Mithali Raj, such praise

Former Australian women’s cricket captain Lisa Stalaker has been praised by India’s senior batsman Mithali Raj for his consistency in batting and breaking many records to his name. Mithali, the most successful batsman in women’s one-day international cricket on Saturday, has become the highest run-scorer in women’s cricket in all forms, surpassing former England captain Charlotte Edwards. The only two batsmen to have made more than 10,000 runs in women’s cricket are India’s one-day captain Mithali and Charlotte.

Mithali scored his fourth consecutive fifty in the third ODI against India on Saturday. In Cricbuzz, Stalekar said, “Actually the star of the day, Mithali, showed us why he continues to break records. It shows you the level of her batsman. He said, ‘They chase the target well.

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Mithali, who bid farewell to T20 cricket in 2019, has already indicated that the 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup will be her last tournament in New Zealand from March 4 to April 3. Applauding Mithali’s game, Stalakar said, “When India bat first, we don’t see her taking any risk at the start of her innings. She does it while chasing because she knows the target, she can count and she is very smart.

“After bowling her, I know you can bowl a lot of empty ball at her, but then all of a sudden she hits a straight shot on your head,” he said. She does it so easily, so I don’t understand why she doesn’t do it much, so in this case it doesn’t matter. Stalekar said, “India is good when it comes to chasing and winning the toss. The team can play according to their strong side. Mithali scored an unbeaten 75 off 86 balls with the help of eight fours in the third ODI.

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