In the 2nd T20 against England, India Women faced a crushing defeat. This loss has resulted in England leading the series, having already won one match.
The Indian Women’s team had a dismal performance, with only a few players managing to score decently. England, on the other hand, successfully chased the target, securing victory with 6 wickets remaining in just 11.2 overs. The final match of the T20 series is scheduled for December 10 at the Wankhede Cricket Stadium.
India’s batting struggled right from the beginning, with key players like Shefali Verma and Smriti Mandhana failing to make a significant impact. Jemimah Rodrigues fought valiantly but received little support from other batters. The team managed to score only 80 runs in 16.2 overs, losing all wickets.
England’s bowlers, especially Sophie Ecclestone and Charlotte Dean, played a crucial role in restricting India to a low total. Deepti Sharma was the top scorer for India with 8 runs, while the rest of the batters struggled to contribute.
In response, England’s opening pair, Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont, set the tone for a comfortable chase. Despite losing a few wickets, England achieved the target with ease, securing a convincing win.
The Indian Women’s team will look to bounce back in the final T20 and avoid a series whitewash.