Shafali Verma scored a half-century: India vs Australia Women’s Cricket Test series 2021

Shefali Verma scored a brilliant century against the Australian cricket team in the Indian Women’s Cricket Team vs Australia Cricket Team’s Mid-Day Night Test match being played in Gold Coast and led the Indian cricket team to a great score of 242. This match was being played this Sunday on the fourth day of the Test series.

With 41 overs left, the Indian women’s cricket team is currently leading by 242 runs. Seeing this, it can be ascertained that in front of the Australia Women’s Cricket Team, the Indian Women’s Cricket Team is standing in the form of a mountain. And it shows the straight victory of Indian cricket team.

During the first innings, Smriti Mandhana was playing on 31 runs and Ashleigh Garnder dismissed Smriti Mandhana on a brilliant catch. Yastika Bhatia was sent at number three and she could play only 12 balls. After this Shifali and Poonam Rawat came to play.

In the first session itself, the pink ball was not discussed due to the pressure of India’s fast bowlers and Australia put 241 net score on the board.

Ellyse Perry and Gardner scored 51 runs as they took their score for 3 wickets to 146 runs and shared an 89-run partnership at the start of the day. After this Indian bowlers destroyed Australia’s batting. Australia was on the score of 240 runs for 9 wickets and India went ahead with a lead of 136 runs.

Meg Lanning declared her team’s innings even before her dismissal. Deepti Sharma dismissed Gardner, and debutant Meghna Singh troubled the Australian batsman too much with her outswinger.

There are almost 70 overs left in the game but due to rain in the first two days, a lot of time of the match has been wasted, and right now the match seems to be going in the condition of a draw.

Meghna took her first wicket with a brilliant outswinger and dismissed Annabel Sutherland. His second wicket was Sophie Molineux. After this, Pooja dismissed Georgia Wareham and before that, Darcy Brown was dismissed by Deepti Sharma.

The Indian bowlers were seen to be much more successful and better bowlers in front of the Australian bowlers.

In the end, the Indian women’s cricket team’s score was 377 for eight in 145 overs, and the Australia women’s cricket team’s score was 241 for 9 in 96.4 overs.

But due to the half-century made by Shefali Verma, the Indian women’s cricket team is looking very heavy and the Indian cricket team is hard on the verge of winning this test series.

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