Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Indian women's cricket team all out for 200 against Australia

Indian women's cricket team all out for 200 against Australia

Thereon, Ellyse Perry (25*) and Bolton saw Australia home.

Electing to bat after winning the toss, India lost wickets at regular intervals before the duo of Pooja Vastrakar (51) and Sushma Verma (41) steadied the ship with sensible batting.

This was the 18-year-old Vastrakars maiden half century, and she laced her crucial knock with seven boundaries and a six, while Verma found the fence three times during her 71-ball innings. Punam Raut (37) looked solid to begin with but Smriti Mandhana (12) was struggling to get going before she was dismissed by Ashleigh Gardner (1-34).

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Chasing 201, the Australian team made short work of the target, reaching the mark inside 32 overs.

She paced her innings intelligently, ensured that her team was always way ahead of the asking rate and did not allow herself to be upset by the mix-up that led to the run out of skipper Meg Lanning, who was making a comeback after eight months following an injury.

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To cap an unhappy day, defender David Bates was taken to hospital with a serious ankle injury after being stretchered off in the opening period. 'We were too slow in possession after the red card, we didn't look like us.

Senior Bachchan probably got confused between the two countries as India are now playing Australia in a three-match ODI series. The Australians were disciplined, with Jess Jonassen taking 4 wickets and Amanda-Jane Wellington 3. "All the batters in our team are capable of scoring 100+ and everyone's wicket is important and if we continue to throw away wickets like this, it will become very hard". They have some really good players like Perry, Lanning and Velani.

Mumbai teen Jemimah Rodrigues, who made her ODI debut today, had a miserable outing.

However, India's lower batting order stabilizsed the innings but that was too late. We didn't have enough on the board and then we didn't bowl according to the field. Hailing from Shahdol district, Pooja made her worldwide debut last month in the South Africa tour.

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"Any time you run out the skipper is never good so I'll probably have to wheel her bag out or pack her kit to get back in her good books". "We need to improve our batting and the bowlers need to contribute better", she added.

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