India W vs ENG W: Ramesh Pawar, head coach of Indian women’s team, says Mithali Raj defeated England on his own

Ramesh Pawar, head coach of India’s women’s cricket team, praised captain Mithali Raj’s impressive batting in the third and final ODI against England. Mithali himself led India to victory. India are in danger of being ruined after losing both matches before the three-match series, but Mithali scored an unbeaten 75 to bring the team to a memorable victory. England were bowled out for 219 in 47 rain-affected overs. It was all. After Mithali’s spectacular batting, opener Smriti Mandana scored 49 and India won by four wickets with three balls to spare.

The BCCI shared a video of the dressing-up atmosphere during the final moments of the match, in which team players were celebrating the victory. Pawar said in the video that the bowlers were coming back but Mithali was the heroine of victory. He said, ‘The bowlers got us back in the game. We have learned a lot from this series. There has been improvement in fielding and bowling but batting needs to be improved in terms of the World Cup. Mithali deserves praise. He has been consistently performing for the Indian team for the past 22 years. She is the role model for all players. I think they won today’s match on their own. Setting a target of 220 on a low-pitched pitch was not easy but she came back to lead the team to victory.

Former India spinner praised senior paceman Jalan Goswami and all-rounder Sneh Rana. He said, ‘Julan is one of the legends of women’s cricket. The way they show commitment to the team makes a big difference. After bowling brilliantly, Sneh played 24 innings of 22 balls in the last over. A half-century partnership with Mithali would have brought the team closer to victory. Lust is our quest for this trip. The way she was bowling in Southampton, we thought she should be allowed. I am an off-spinner and it was a difficult decision to play with the two off-spinners but he played his part brilliantly. She is such a player, she can play fearlessly in difficult situations. We needed such a player.

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At the beginning of this video, Smriti Mandana and Jemima Rodriguez are sitting together. Smriti is bowling the length of the England bowler. Moments later, the dressing room lit up with the victory of the Indian team with four of Mithali. After the team’s victory, Jemima Rodriguez told Harmanpreet Kaur and Priya Poonia: ‘I couldn’t see the scoreboard and I felt I needed seven runs in the last over. We were thinking about the super over. In this video, all the players on the bus are applauding and greeting Mithali.

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