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Australia Women Claimed 7-Runs Victory Over India Women in the 4th T20I

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Australia Women Claimed 7-Runs Victory Over India Women in the 4th T20I

Australia Women Claimed 7-Runs Victory Over India Women in the 4th T20I At Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, the women's squad of India and Australia came against each other for the 4th T20I match. India women won the toss and opted to field first. Healy and Mooney came to unveil the batting attack on the throw from Renuka Singh. In the first over only, Healy smacked the first two boundaries for the side and two more in the next over and Australia got a score of 19 after 2 overs. Deepti Sharma took the first wicket of Mooney and the right-handed batter, Tahlia McGrath took the batting charge and crunched a four immediately. Getting injured in the middle of the innings, Healy had to walk off the field and Gardner took over. After 7 overs, Australian women power crossed the half-century with a score of 52-2. Perry and Gardner paired up to hit huge sixes and jumped to a score of 73-2 after 11 overs. In the 12th over, Perry hit two boundaries while Gardner got one boundary. With both standing tough for a massive score, AUSW crossed the century with a score of 100-2 after 13 overs. Fueling 42 runs in 27 balls, Gardner got a dismissal from Deepti Sharma. In 20 overs, Australia women posted 188 runs with a loss of 3 wickets. For the run chase of 189, Mandhana and Shafali Verma came to the middle with Darcie Brown on the bowling attack. India women showed power to the world in the first over only as Mandhana crunched three boundaries. After scoring 16 runs in 10 balls, she lost her wicket to Gardner and the right-handed batter, Jemimah Rodrigues took the batting charge. India got a score of 23-1 after 3 overs. Shafali Verma tried to hit good shots but lost her wicket to Darcie Brown, scoring 20 off 16. After 8 overs, India women crossed half-century with a score of 58-3. In the 13th over, Kaur crunched four boundaries and the girls crossed century, standing at a score of 113-3 after 13 overs. Fueling 46 runs in 30 balls, Kaur got a dismissal from Alana King and the right-handed batter, Ghosh came up who smacked two fours, moving the score up to 130-4 after 15 overs. In the 19th over from Graham, Ghosh hit two sixes and a four, getting to a score of 169-5. India women scored 181 with a loss of 5 wickets and lost the match to Australia women by 7 runs. To get live scores and the latest cricket updates, stay tuned with us!