IND-W vs ENG-W: Charlie Dean’s four-wicket haul powers England to win over India

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IND-W vs ENG-W: Charlie Dean's four-wicket haul powers England to win over India
IND-W vs ENG-W: Charlie Dean's four-wicket haul powers England to win over India

IND-W vs ENG-W: Charlie Dean’s four-wicket haul powers England to win over India

IND-W vs ENG-W: Brilliant bowling spell by Charlie Dean and Anya Shrubsole were backed by courageous batting performance as England defeated India by 4 wickets in the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 at Bay Oval, thanks to a

The defending champions knocked out India in 37 overs at the Bay Oval, putting up a clinical effort. Danielle Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont opened for Chasing 135. Jhulan Goswami, on the other side, delivered the first over for India. In the first over of the innings, she let up three runs. Meghna Singh came in to bowl the second over and hit England hard right away. Wyatt was sent to the pavilion. Sneh Rana caught Wyatt at the first slide.

Natalie Sciver applied caution and snitched a crucial partnership with skipper Heather Knight, and the Women in Blue appeared to be in trouble. At the 15-over mark of their innings, England were 50/2. In the 16th over, Pooja Vastrakar sent Sciver back to the pavilion, breaking the potentially dangerous partnership between the captain and vice-captain. Harmanpreet took the best catch after Gayakwad provided India a much-needed breakthrough and sent Amy Jones to the pavilion.

IND-W vs ENG-W: Natalie Sciver and Heather Knight  - CricTelegraph
Charlie Dean’s four-wicket haul powers England to win over India

England shined with the ball, with Charlie Dean (4/23) ripping through India’s top-order and Anya Shrubsole (2/20) putting the finishing touches on an outstanding team effort. Heather Knight’s fifty put the finishing touches on a late England batsmanship frenzy.

England’s first win in the ongoing tournament comes thanks to skipper Heather Knight’s superb fifty.

Brief score:

India 134/10 (Smriti Mandhana 35, Richa Ghosh 33; Charlie Dean 4-23)

England 136/6 (Nat Sciver 45, Heather Knight 53*; Meghna Singh 3-26)