Mithali Raj said why Sneh Rana was allowed in the only Test match against England

Sneh Rana, who made his Test debut after more than five years, equaled this by taking four wickets in the first innings against England and 80 not out in India’s second innings after the follow-on, which only succeeded in making the Test a respectable draw. Because of this usefulness with the ball and bat, he was selected in the Indian team. Saying about the Indian leader Mithali Raj.

After the first Test draw, Mithali said that his usefulness with bat and ball led to his selection in the India squad. Although he is the second off-spinner on the team. Mithali said Rana’s best form in domestic cricket was to join the squad against Poonam Yadav and Radha Yadav. “When we were selecting a team, it was important for us to select the best spinners because we had no camp and no tournament. Sneh was bowling very well and her bonus is that she can bat very well.

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Mithali said, ‘Once upon a time there was a lack of diversity in my mind. The opposition had one of the best left-arm spinners, so we wondered why not play two off-spinners. Sneha took many wickets in domestic cricket. So in the past two years in domestic cricket, the player with the ball and the bat has been in the best form. We wondered why such a player should not be allowed in the first game.

India were reduced to 231 in the first innings and forced to follow-on. India’s score was reduced to 199 for seven in the second innings and they were just 34 runs ahead. But Rana then took the match with the lower order batsmen from England’s hand and the match finally ended in a draw. Rana Shikha Pandey and Tanya Bhatia scored 145 for the eighth and ninth wickets, and Harmanpreet Kaur played 47.3 overs until dismissal, and the players were in a draw after the match.

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