Live India vs Australia Commonwealth Games: Renuka Singh Thakur broke Australia's back, taking four wickets; Score 49/5 in 7.1 overs

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Live India vs Australia Commonwealth Games: Renuka Singh Thakur broke Australia's back, taking four wickets; Score 49/5 in 7.1 overs
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The Indian Women's Cricket Team has put a target of 155 runs in front of Australia in their first match of the Commonwealth Games. Batting first after winning the toss, India scored 154 runs losing 8 wickets in 20 overs. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored the highest 52 runs. Shefali Verma scored an innings of 48 runs. For Australia, Jess Jonasen took four wickets. In Jawab, Australia has scored 49 runs losing 5 wickets in 7.1 overs. The first four wickets were taken by fast bowler Renuka Singh Thakur. He dismissed Alyssa Heli in the first over. In her second over, Renuka also showed Australian captain Meg Lenning (8) and Beth Money (10) the path of the pavilion. He bowled Tahlia McGra (14) on the first ball of his third over. The wicket of Rachel Hanes (9) was taken by Deepti Sharma. Harmanpreet, who came out to bat on Harmanpreet's stormy batsman-4, faced 34 balls in her innings and scored 8 fours and 1 six. She was dismissed on the fifth ball of the 20th over. At the same time, Shefali Verma scored 48 runs off 33 balls with the help of 9 fours. He hit 9 fours. In the women's T20 International, there have been 23 matches between India and Australia so far. India has won only 6 matches. Australia has won 16 matches. 1 match has been inconclusive. India and Australia teams also came face to face in the last T20 World Cup final. In that match, Australia won by 85 runs. Playing-11 Australia of both teams: Elisa Heley, Bath Muni, Meg Lenning (Captain), Tahalia McGragra, Rachel Hans, Ashley Gardner, Grace Harris, Jess Jonasen, Elna King, Megan Shut, Darcy Brown. .

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