Indian skipper Mithali Raj’s woes within the ongoing ICC Ladies’s World Cup 2022 persevered when she posted lawful her second golden duck of her famed profession in a must-take game in opposition to Bangladesh in Hamilton on Tuesday (March 22). Mithali succumbed to Ritu Moni, who disregarded swashbuckling Shafali Verma for a bound-a-ball 42 off the old transport after Crew India had received off to an excellent launch.
India had raced to 74 for the opening wicket sooner than three wickets for zero runs pushed Mithali’s aspect abet after the skipper had won the toss and elected to bat first. After scoring 31 in opposition to arch-opponents Pakistan in India’s match opener, Mithali managed ratings of 5 and 1 within the fits in opposition to Unusual Zealand and West Indies respectively sooner than bouncing abet strongly with a dauntless 68 in opposition to Australia final week.
Mithali pressed ahead for a force, but the ball chipped away straight to Fahima Khatun at hide off left-arm spinner Ritu Moni. This used to be Mithali’s seventh profession duck in ODI cricket and second golden duck. The superb other time she suffered a identical dismissal used to be in opposition to South Africa in 2017 Ladies’s World Cup.
Twin blows for #TeamIndia as each Smriti and Shafali return abet to the dugout in hasty succession after an unheard of launch. IND 74-2 in 15.3 overs.
Yastika and Mithali are the two recent batters. #CWC22 | #INDvBAN
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— BCCI Ladies (@BCCIWomen) March 22, 2022
With each of her golden duck dismissal going down in an ODI World Cup game, Mithali became the first captain the match history to undergo two such dismissals. Mithali furthermore stays the superb India captain to memoir a golden duck in Ladies’s World Cup.
Within the period in-between, Yastika Bhatia’s 50-bound knock and cameos from Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Pooja Vastrakar helped India score a modest 229/7 in 50 overs right here at Seddon Park. Opting to bat first after a success the toss the Indian team received off to a flying launch as openers Shafali Verma and Smriti Mandhana batted aggressively to purchase India’s complete to a 50-bound ticket in 10 overs without shedding a wicket.
The Indian team used to be going strong at the score of 74 within the 15th over with Nahida Akter brushing off southpaw Smriti Mandhana for 30 from 51 balls. Within the next opener, Shafali Verma too used to be disregarded as she used to be stumped by Bangladesh wicket-keeper Nigar Sultana off Ritu Moni’s bowling. Within the very next ball captain, Mithali Raj used to be disregarded for a golden duck caught within the covers by Fahima Khatun off Ritu Moni`s bowling to walk away India from 74 for no loss to 74 for 3.
Centurion within the sport in opposition to West Indies Harmanpreet Kaur walked in to bat along with Yastika Bhatia took India’s complete beyond the triple-opt ticket in 25th over. The 34-bound partnership used to be damaged as Harmanpreet Kaur used to be bound out by Fargana Hoque for 14 to walk away India in a popularity of effort at 108/4 in 28th over.
The 2017 World Cup finalist desperately wished a partnership and Yastika Bhatia and wicket-keeper batter Richa Ghosh struck a partnership to purchase the team’s complete beyond the 150-bound ticket. The 54-bound partnership used to be damaged as keeper Nigar Sultana stumped Richa Ghosh for 26 as half of the Indian aspect used to be abet to the pavilion with 162 runs on the board.
Yastika Bhatia persevered along with her properly off bound of originate as she notched up a second consecutive half-century. Straight after that Yastika used to be out caught at immediate gorgeous leg by Nahida Akter of Ritu Moni’s bowling for 50 off 80 balls at 176 for 6.
Pooja Vastrakar and Sneh Rana took the team’s complete beyond the 200-bound ticket in 47th over. Rana used to be disregarded by Jahanara Alam within the final over for 27 off 23 balls hitting two boundaries. Pooja Vastrakar’s unbeaten 30 took India’s complete to 229 in 50 overs atmosphere a target of 230 for Bangladesh.
Temporary Rankings: India Ladies 229/7 in 50 overs (Yastika Bhatia 50, Shafali Verma 42; Ritu Moni 3/37) vs Bangladesh Ladies
(with ANI inputs)