India defended the 165-run target as they beat England by four runs in the semi-final match, which means they have entered the final, sealing at least a silver medal at CWG 2022. Sneh Rana bowled brilliantly as she defended 14 off the last over. England was going all guns blazing in a 165-run chase thanks to a superb 3. Cricket Samachar can provide you with the complete details regarding cricket.
India defended the 165-run target as they beat England by four runs in the semi-final match, which means they have entered the final, sealing at least a silver medal at CWG 2022. Sneh Rana bowled a brilliant over as she defended 14 off the last over. Cricket Samachar is all here. England was going all guns blazing in 165 run chase thanks to a superb 35 off 27 from Danielle Wyatt and 41 off 43 balls from Nat Sciver, and at one stage were 134/3. But once Amy Jones departed, India quickly got hold of the match, and later Sneh Rana bowled a superb last over to seal the deal for India.
Six off the last ball, but that would not be enough as England fell short by four runs. Meanwhile, the silver medal was sealed for India here at CWG 2022, Birmingham.
Full toss again, but a single. It was in the air, and Harleen Deol dropped a sitter. Twelve needed off 2.
In the air and WICKET. Catch taken. This should be the match; great bowling from Sneh Rana. Need 13 off 3 balls.
The second ball is a full toss and a single taken. Need 13 off 4 balls.
WICKET! RUN OUT…this one is going down the wire as Nat Sciver is RUN OUT. Great throw from the deep by Smriti Mandhana and great work from the keeper Sneha Bhatia as well as she removes the bails in a flash. Big big breakthrough.
Then comes the FOUR. Ten runs off the last two balls. That would release all the pressure off the hosts, and the Birmingham crowd knows it as they also erupt. Great batting from Sciver. Pooja Vastrakar is back into the attack and concedes a single. Then comes another single so the required run rate is getting steeper. Nat Sciver had to improvise, and she did…that’s SIX! That would get the crowd on its feet. Literally hammered by the batter.
What an over here from Sneh Rana. Dot, a wicket, and just a couple of her successive two balls. Meanwhile, massive appeal for an LBW, but the umpire said it was not out. DRS was taken, and the system also agrees. NOT OUT. And then comes a single off the last ball.
Amy Jones went, and this stand is broken. But a dot ball, most importantly. That’s what pressure does in a knockout match. Jones was desperate to bring senior partner Sciver back on strike and ran for it. Nonetheless, she was yards out, not in the frame, as Sneh Rana removed the bails in a flash.
Now we have two dot balls from Deepti Sharma. Now the equation is 32 off 20 balls. Then comes one more single off the fourth ball, which means just two runs for England. So, nice over this, pulling things back in India’s favor here.
FOUR! Poor fielding and spinner Shafali Verma is just not happy. Amy Jones had targetted that fielder, and there was a misfield in the covers, and then Jones plays the reverse sweep off the next ball…that’s gone for FOUR too. And then comes three runs off the next ball. 15 RUNS OFF THE OVER.
Great over from Deepti Sharma, no boundaries as she gives away just four runs which also had a dot ball. That’s gold right now. England needs 48 off 30 balls.
Full toss to start her over, Deepti Sharma concedes a single. She was lucky. Nonetheless, Amy Jones was back on strike and then cut away for a single. Meanwhile, that would bring Nat Sciver on strike, who gets a single.
That was a huge SIX! The mid-off was in the circle, but the batter would have played that anyway. Hits Radha Yadav and then takes a single. Amy Jones, the new batter in, has already moved to 11 off 9. Some poor fielding off the next ball from Renuka Thakur as the batter steals a single.
Renuka Thakur is back to bowl her third over. The CWG top performer is clearly not having a great day in the office as she gives away a FOUR! Top shot from Nat Sciver as she finds the gap beweep backward point and covers.
WICKET! Or is it? Huge shout from Radha Yadav for an LBW, and she has already started celebrating, but the umpire doesn’t think so. She wants a DRS, and yes, Harmanpreet obliges. NO….NOT OUT says DRS. That would have missed the stumps.
Shafali Verma is into the attack, and she bowls those loopy deliveries here. Succeeds in stopping the run flow initially. And then concedes a couple off her last ball. 7 runs off this over.
Wow. Great bowling from Pooja Vastrakar. That missed the stumps by an inch. And then comes the single from Sciver as she will be back on strike in the next over. Coming back to Vastrakar, she has given away ten runs in her two overs so far. Her second over has maintained the pressure on England.
And now comes the ramp from Danielle Wyatt. Great shot as the fielder had given up. Meanwhile, on the very next ball, she attempts the same shot and makes a fool of herself. WICKET! Drags the ball back onto her off stump. That would be a MASSIVE BLOW for England as she departs for 35.
Sneh Rana is being welcomed with a great shot from Nat Sciver. Down the track and finds that boundary. The next ball is a dot which is followed by another dot. So the pressure is now building for England as Mandhana dives and saves an extra run. Nonetheless, that would still be single.
Vastrakar is back into the attack and concedes three single off her first three balls. And then bowls a short ball which was pulled by Wyatt. Nonetheless, it will fetch a single. After Capsey ran out, England was very close to losing another one in a runout. Is scoreboard pressure now getting to England?
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