After Meghna, Richa, rain helped Indian women’s team, worried Malaysia

In the Women’s Asia Cup, rain spoiled the fun of India’s second match but the team’s share still won and this is their second consecutive win.

Second win for Indian women’s team. (BCCI Women Twitter))

The Indian women’s cricket team continued its stellar performance in the Asia Cup-2022 and defeated Malaysia in their second match. Indian team Under the Duckworth-Lewis rule, the Malaysia team defeated the Malaysian team by 30 runs in the match played on Monday. Batting first, India had scored 181 runs for the loss of four wickets. In response, the Malaysian team had scored 16 runs for the loss of two wickets and only then the rain came, after which the match could not be played.

After the match did not resume, the umpires gave the victory to India using the Duckworth-Lewis rule. Earlier, India had defeated Sri Lanka in their first match. However, this match was very good for India’s batsmen. The top-3 batsmen of the team scored fiercely in this match and gave a good score to the team.

Meghna’s half century

Smriti Mandhana was rested in this match. In his place, Shabahini Meghna opened the innings with Shefali Verma and batted brilliantly. Meghna scored a half-century. He scored 69 runs in 53 balls with the help of 11 fours and a six. Shefali Verma took runs with her bat in this match. Shefali, who was failing continuously, played an innings of 46 runs. He hit one four and three sixes in 39 balls. Apart from these two, Richa Ghosh showed her fiery style. He scored 33 not out off 19 balls with the help of five fours and a six.

Team captain Harmanpreet Kaur herself did not bat and gave a chance to other batsmen. Kiran Navgire came to bat at number four but she could not open the account. Radha Yadav scored eight runs in four balls. Dayalan Hemlata remained unbeaten on 10 off four balls. In his innings, this batsman hit a four and a six.

poor start for malaysia

Chasing the target of 182 runs Malaysia The start of the team was very bad. On the fourth ball of the first over, Deepti Sharma dismissed captain Winfield Durasingam without opening an account. Van Julia was sent to the pavilion by Rajeshwari Gaekwad on a personal score of one run. Mass Alyssa 14 and Elsa Hunter had scored only one run when the rain came and then the match could not be held again.