India held on to the 165-run mark in beating England with four wickets in their semi-final game This means that they are now in the final with at the very least a silver medal in CWG 2022. Sneh Rana bowled superbly when she was able to defend 14 off the 14th over. England was all guns firing during a thrilling 165-run run chase due to a fantastic 3. Cricket Samachar will give you all the information about cricket.
India have defended their 165-run goal when they defeated England with four wickets in their semi-final and are in the final winning at the very minimum a silver medal CWG 2022. Sneh Rana was the bowler of the over, defending 14 off the final over. Cricket Samachar is here. England was all guns in the 165-run chase thanks to an amazing 35 off 27 by Danielle Wyatt and 41 off 43 balls by Nat Sciver, and at the time they were at 134/3. After Amy Jones departed, India quickly took over the game, and then Sneh Rana bowled a stunning final over to secure the win for India.
Six runs off the final ball, but that will not be enough, as England were beaten with four runs. The silver medal was awarded to India in this venue at CWG 2022 in Birmingham.
A full toss was played again, but this time it was it was a single. The ball was flying and Harleen Deol hit the ball. Twelve had to be taken off by two.
In the air and WICKET. Catch made. This could be the game amazing bowling from Sneh Rana. Need 13 off just 3 balls.
Another ball will be a complete toss with a single ball. You need 13 balls from four balls.
WICKET! Run OUT…this one is on the line as Nat Sciver is RUN OUT. A great throw from the bottom by Smriti Mandhana. Great work by her keeper Sneha Bhatia, as she gets rid of the bails with a snap. A huge breakthrough.
Then comes the four. Ten runs on the last two balls. That will take all pressure from the hosts. The Birmingham crowd is aware of it when they also explode. Fantastic hitting from Sciver.
Pooja Vastrakar returns to the action and surrenders one. After that, another single is conceded and the run rate required increases. Nat Sciver had to improvise which she did…that’s SIX! This would put the crowd to the floor. The batter literally hammering the crowd.
What a great over here From Sneh Rana. Dot and a wicket and only a couple of her two balls. In the meantime, a massive appeal was made for an LBW and the umpire declared it not out. DRS was accepted and the system accepts. NOT OUT. Then, one off the final ball.
Amy Jones went, and this stand was broken. However, a dot ball and most importantly. Pressure is the main thing that happens during a knockout match. Jones was eager to bring the senior partner Sciver back to the strike, and was determined to get the win. But she was only a few some yards from the frame, when Sneh Rana snatched the bails quickly.
We have two dots balls from Deepti Sharma. The equation now stands at 32 balls off 20. There’s a hit off the 4th ball that’s only two hits for England. It’s nice to see England win this match getting things going back to India’s advantage in this instance.
FOUR! Poor spinner and fielder Shafali Verma is not satisfied. Amy Jones had targetted that fielder, but the field was misplaced under the covers. Then Jones performs the reverse sweep of that next ball…that’s gone for a full four runs. Then, three runs off the following ball. 15 RUNS OFF THE OVER.
A great turn From Deepti Sharma, she doesn’t have any boundaries since she only gives away four runs, and also dot balls. This is gold at the moment. England is in need of 48 out of 30 balls.
Full toss to begin her off, Deepti Sharma concedes a single. She was fortunate. But, Amy Jones was back in the strike and removed to get one. Then, there’s Nat Sciver on strike, who would get only a single.
That’s a big SIX! The mid-off was inside the circle however the batter would have played it anyway. The batter hits Radha Yadav before taking one. Amy Jones, the new batter in, has been able to get 11 off 9. Poor fielding off the following ball hit by Renuka Thakur when the batter takes one.
Renuka Thakur returns with her third bowl of. She is the CWG top performer clearly isn’t enjoying her day at the office, as she throws the ball away for a FOUR! The best shot of Nat Sciver as she finds the beweep backwards gap and then covers.
WICKET! What is it? Massive cheer from Radha Yadav to get an LBW. She is already celebrations however, the umpire doesn’t believe it. She is in the market for an DRS and Harmanpreet is willing to oblige. No ….NOT out is DRS. It could have been a mistake.
Shafali Verma is on the attack and bowls these loopy deliveries here. She is successful in stopping the flow of runs initially. But then she loses two off her final ball. 7 runs from this one.
Wow. Fantastic delivery from Pooja Vastrakar. She missed the stumps by just an inch. And then , the one from Sciver because she’ll come back to bat with the ball in the next one. Returning to Vastrakar she has conceded the equivalent of ten runs in just two overs thus far. Her second innings has continued to put tension on England.
Now comes the ramp of Danielle Wyatt. A great shot, as the fielder was giving up. On the following ball she makes the same shot but does a sloppy job of it. WICKET! He slams the ball back on her stump. This would be a massive BLOW to England when she leaves for 35.
Sneh Rana is receiving a warm welcome with a fantastic shot by Nat Sciver. He is on the track and has found the boundary. Next ball will be a dot that is followed by a second dot. This means that the pressure is growing to England as Mandhana dives to save an additional run. However, it would be one.
Vastrakar comes back to the action and gives up three singles off her initial three balls. Then she bowls a shorter ball, which has been pulled by Wyatt. It will still yield only one. Following the time that Capsey was gone, England was very close to losing another in an out. Do you think pressure on the scoreboard is now coming to England?