India endure catastrophe in ICC Women's World Cup last, England lift fourth title
Published : Monday, 24 July, 2017
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The Indian ladies' cricket group collapsed under weight to lose the ICC Women's World Cup last by nine pursues a batting breakdown at the Lord's on Sunday.

Veteran pace initiate Jhulan Goswami had struck three hits to limit England to 228 for seven after the hosts chose to bat and opener Punam Raut (86) and elimination round star Harmanpreet Kaur (51) had edged India nearer to triumph.

Notwithstanding, Harmanpreet holed out to the profound and Punam was caught leg before freeze saw Indian batsmen tumble to a spate of cross-batted and confused shots.

Britain seamer Anya Shrubsole developed the pioneer for the hosts, catching six wickets for 46 as India were expelled for 219 out of 48.3 overs to endure a moment shock. India had lost to Australia in their first World Cup last in 2005.

India, who upstaged Australia in the elimination rounds, appeared to have done what's necessary to pursue down the objective without much ado. Despite the fact that Smriti Mandhana fell early and afterward captain Mithali Raj was run out, Punam and Harmanpreet conquered a drought to relentlessly score runs.

Harmanpreet, the toast of India after her breathtaking 171 not out in the prevail upon Australia, at the end of the day said something with the bat. In any case, she couldn't see off the pursuit, got at profound in reverse squareleg playing her most loved shot to the leg.

Harmanpreet hit three fours and two sixes. Punam, who endured spasm, looked set for her second century of the competition, and a possible one of every a triumphant reason, when Shrubsole caught her leg before to trigger the crumple.

From 191 for three, India lost their last seven wickets for 28 keeps running as the England players, who had missed a befuddling and dropped a catch before under weight, fixed their grasp to finish a cap trap of title triumphs at home, and their fourth general.

The Indian ladies' cricket group missed 12 years back. They were much more guaranteed, yet couldn't keep their nerves once England broke the significant association amongst Punam and Harmanpreet.

India at one late stage required only 38 keeps running in 43 balls, however were as yet unfit to center and take care of business as they put themselves under weight.

Britain's unassuming aggregate was conceivable because of Natalie Sciver's 51 and wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor's 45. Indian spinners kept a tight chain on the scoring with leg-spinner Poonam Yadav supplementing Jhulan Goswami's 3/23 by guaranteeing 2/36.


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