IND vs NZ U-19 Women’s World Cup: Indian team one step closer to victory, made it to the final
In the semi-final match of the Under-19 Women’s World Cup between India and New Zealand team, India’s team has won unilaterally. The Indian team won by eight wickets in the match played at the Senwes Park in Potchefstroom. The final match will be played on January 29, whose first finalist team has become India. The other semi-final match will be between Australia and England.
New Zealand gave a target of 108 runs
The New Zealand team had given a target of 108 runs to the Indian team. The Indian team, showing strong batting, achieved this target at the loss of two wickets in 14.2 overs. Captain Shefali Verma’s bat could not show a strong game in this match. She came to start the innings and returned to the pavilion after scoring only 10 runs. And vice-captain Shweta Sehrawat played a brilliant inning of 61 not out in 45 balls. Soumya Tiwari scored 22 runs in 26 balls and she was clean bowled by Browning.
Please tell that the first wicket of the Indian team fell on the score of 33 runs. Indian team captain Shefali Verma returned to the pavilion after scoring 10 runs off nine balls. She was caught by Plimmer off the ball of Anna Browning. However, before getting dismissed, the captain and the vice-captain got off to a great start as they shared a 30-run partnership in three overs without losing a wicket, giving the team a strong start.
New Zealand’s innings was like this
At the same time, New Zealand’s first wicket fell on the score of three runs and the second wicket on five runs. Both openers Anna Browning returned to the pavilion after scoring one and Emma McLeod two runs. Georgia Plimmer tried to handle New Zealand’s innings from one side. He scored 26 runs in 22 balls and stabilized the team.
After this New Zealand captain Sharp also scored 13 runs and returned to the pavilion. In an important match like the semi-final, the Indian bowlers bowled so well that half of the New Zealand team had returned to the pavilion for 74 runs. At the same time, the New Zealand team could score 107 runs after losing nine wickets in the end.
Indian bowlers showed their strength
The bowlers had a very strong role in the semi-final victory of the Indian team. New Zealand bowlers could not stand in front of India’s bowling. Parshvi Chopra took the maximum three wickets for India. Titas Sadhu, Mannat Kashyap, Shefali Verma and Archana Devi got one wicket each.