IND W vs ENG W: Daniel White’s innings surpassed Smriti Mandana’s, England won the T20 series 2-1

In the last match of the three-match T20 series, England defeated the Indian women team by 8 wickets. With this win, the English team also won the T20 series 2-1. Batting first, Team India scored 153 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. In response, England lost just 2 wickets in 18.4 overs. Daniel Wait played an unbeaten 89 for the team while Natalie Seaver scored 42.

Chasing a target of 154, England did not get off to a good start and Tammy Beaumont returned to the pavilion of Deepti Sharma after scoring just 11. After this, Daniel White and Natalie Seaver added 112 runs for the second wicket partnership with Century and put the team in a strong position. Snehar Rana dismissed the Indian team for 42, but it was too late. Captain Heather Knight remained unbeaten on 6 runs. Wait, who scored 89, faced 56 deliveries and hit 12 fours and a six. Sophie Ecclestone took 3 wickets for England, scoring 35 runs in 4 overs.

England captain Eoin Morgan has said that the match was the best match in the world

Earlier, India captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who won the toss, decided to bat first. However, the team had a poor start and opener Shefali Verma returned to the pavilion without opening an account. Harleen Deol, who made headlines for his fielding, was unable to do much with the bat and was dismissed after scoring just 6 runs. Captain Harmanpreet (36) shared a 68-run partnership with Mandana for the third wicket and handled the team’s innings. Natalie Seaver finished the Indian captain’s innings. Smriti Mandhana played an amazing innings of 70 off 51 balls and during this innings she hit 8 fours and 2 sixes.

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