BAN vs IND Women 3rd ODI: The third ODI tie between Bangladesh vs Indian Women Cricket Team…
BAN vs IND Women 3rd ODIThe third ODI between Bangladesh vs Indian Women Cricket Team was tied. The Indian team had reached very close to the victory, at one time the victory seemed easy but in the end, Bangladesh snatched the victory from the hands of India by falling wickets continuously. This match was very exciting. Let us tell you what happened in the match and how the game went out of India’s hands in the last overs.
The first match of the Bangladesh vs India women’s cricket team ODI series was won by the hosts. The rain-affected match was won by Bangladesh, but in the second match, Harmanpreet Kaur and team came back well and registered a big win. The deciding match of the series took place on Saturday. Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat first. Batting first, Bangladesh scored 225 runs. Farzana Hoque played a brilliant century (107). Shamima Sultana scored 52 runs. Sneh Rana took 2 wickets for India. The target was not very big, so the Indian fans were hopeful that India would win.
BAN vs IND WomenBad start for India
Chasing the target, India got off to a bad start. Shefali Verma was dismissed for 4 and Yastika Bhatia scored 5 runs. After this, Harleen Deol shared a 107-run partnership with Smriti Mandhana. Mandhana scored 59 runs, but for this he played 85 balls. Harleen scored 77 runs. Harmanpreet Kaur got out after scoring 14 runs. Harmanpreet was angry with the umpire at her wicket, according to whom there was no LBW as the ball hit the bat first. Well, this time too India was close to victory.
When Kaur was out, Team India needed 66 runs from 98 balls to win and had 6 wickets in hand. The match was stopped due to rain and when it resumed, Bangladesh looked to dominate.
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BAN vs IND 3rd ODI: The breath-taking match ended in a tie
The team got the fifth blow in the form of Harleen Deol, then India needed 35 runs from 52 balls to win. But after this no batsman could survive, Jemimah Rodrigues stayed on a thief but no one could support her. Deepti Sharma 1, Amanjit Kaur 10, Sneh Rana and Devika Vaidya went back to the pavilion without scoring any runs. Rana and Devika got out on 217. After that the last wicket was left and India needed 9 runs to win.
Everyone was holding their breath with every ball and when the score was tied in the last over, the Indian fans held their breath. But then Meghna Singh’s struggle also ended on the third ball, when she got out, the whole Bangladesh team cheered. Bangladesh managed to draw the ODI series 1-1 and surprisingly snatched the victory from the hands of India.