The Indian woman who was overwhelmed by the Indian women’s team in the 2005 final match against Australia, but due to Naseeb’s side on Sunday, once again the same Indian woman’s team prevented them from making a great history. The Indian women team had a very good score.But in spite of having a good score, losing the last seven wickets on just 29 runs, the Indian team lost the match by 9 runs and missed a special world record on Lord’s ground if the Indian women go on to play the final match on Sunday, then in the world The first time that a woman of a country. And the men’s women team would have had the distinction of winning the World Cup on the Lords grounds of cricket called Mecca. In 1983, the Indian men’s team wore the World Cup by creating history on this ground. England batted first by winning the toss and scored 228 runs for 7 wickets in 50 overs.
Natalie Skier scored the highest score by England, Natalie Skier scored 51 runs. And Jhulan Goswami bowled very well for India, taking 3 for 10 in 10 overs in the 10 overs.
India’s start was not good at all In batting, Smriti Mandhana returned to the pavilion only when he opened the account on the score of just five runs. The 38-run partnership for the second wicket between captain Mithali Raj and Poonam Raut, but India’s score was 43 when Mithali was run out. This run out of India.Proved to be fatal. In this tournament, Mithali scored a brilliant batting on behalf of India. For the third wicket, there was a 95-run partnership between Harmanpreet Kaur and Poonam Raut. When India’s score was 138, then 51 runs were scored out of Kaur. Route for the fourth wicket.And Veda Krishnamurti shared a 53-run partnership. When these two batsmen were on the field, it seemed that India would easily win this match, but after the dismissal of Poonam Raut for 86, the pressure on India went up and Team India scored their last six wickets just 29 Locked on the run. Like Mithali Raj, Shikha Pandey was also run out at crucial times. Two runs out in the final match heavily on India.
Famous Anya Shrubsole, named after ‘The Who’, won the win: India lost to only three wickets on 191, when Team India was moving towards a sure win, then famous Shubhosole came to bowl with the nickname “The Hoof” and Snatched the match from India. If a player for England has done the job of winning the match, then it is another Shrewbosle. India were 191 for three after 42 overs. Poonam Raut and Veda on the field.When Krishnamurthy was present, Shrubesole came to bowl. On the first two balls of Shrubesole, Krishnamurthy also put two splendid boundaries, but Shubhosole outplayed batsman Poonam Raut for a fifth ball. Then in his next over, Shrewsole took the wicket of Krishnamurthy and Jhulan Goswami.
After 48 overs, India’s score was 218 on eight wickets. Needing 11 runs for the last 12 balls to win India, Shrubesole came in to bowl the 49th over and dismissed Deepti Sharma on the first ball and then bowled Rajeshwari Gaekwad on the fourth ball of the same over and with this England gave a fantastic win Not only that Shrewa Pandey’s hand was behind the run out of Shikha Pandey.
This is the most spectacular performance of Anya Shrubsole’s career. Shrewsole bowled 9.4 overs and took 6 for 46 runs. Earlier Shubhosole’s best performance was against South Africa. On 10 February 2013, against South Africa, he took 5 for 17 in 10 overs. If the World Cup is talked about, Shrewsole has reached the third place in terms of best performance. Women’s World Cup best in bowling.The performance is the name of Jackie Lord. On 14 January 1982, Lord took 8 wickets for 8 wickets against India, taking 6 wickets. Even earlier this Shrewsole has performed many great performances. In the 2014 Women’s T-20 World Cup, Shrewsole also won the title of ‘Women of the Series’ in his name. So far, Shrewsole has taken 46 wickets in 46 ODIs.
Rishi Kapoor’s bouquet on the towitt and the lady cleanliness
He joked about wanting a repeat of former Indian Cricket captain Saurav Ganguly’s memorable shirtless celebration (he made at the same ground after beating England in Netwest Cup Final 14 years ago in 2002) at the Women’s World Cup final, was met with widespread disdain.
Waiting for a repeat of Sourav Ganguly’s act on the balcony of The Lords Ground,London,when India beat England 2002 NatWest series final! YO pic.twitter.com/z1XAde3JLb
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) July 23, 2017
Sir aaj jack daniels ya black label 😑
— johnny (@o9o9o9o9e) July 23, 2017
None I guess. Ye bus satheyaa gaya hai.
Bottle ka itna high Nahi hota jitna old age ka high hota hai.
— Annie Bhutto (@bhutto_annie) July 23, 2017
This raged Twitter users and they slammed Rishi Kapoor badly. His tweet attracted several responses, most of which wondered if he was drunk while posting the image. Yesterday, on Sunday, the Indian women’s Cricket team lost the World Cup final to England at the same venue – Lords with a slight difference of 9 runs
Here are some of the reactions Rishi Kapoor’s tweet got, and the replies he sent back