Australia women’s team did a special feat in WC

In Women’s World Cup 2022 (WWC 2022) Australia team Has blown the nose of all the teams. In the Women’s World Cup 2022 (WWC 2022) being played in New Zealand, the Australia team has played 6 matches in this tournament so far, out of which they have not lost a single match so far. Australia is also making many historical records in this World Cup. The team, which has secured a place in the semi-finals, broke a very special record of the Indian men’s team by defeating South Africa on Tuesday.

Australia team is invincible in WWC 2022

women’s world cup 2022 In (WWC 2022) today i.e. on Tuesday, there was a match between South Africa and Australia. Australia team captain Meg Lanning won the toss and elected to bowl first and restricted South Africa to 271 runs. Wallward (90) and Soon Loos (52) played half-centuries for South Africa.

After this, Australia’s batsmen, chasing the target of 272 runs, lost 2 wickets for just 45 runs in the beginning in a flurry. After this, captain Australian captain Meg Lanning, batting incredible, scored 135 runs and on his own, the team crossed the threshold of victory.

Australia women’s team broke the record of Indian men’s team

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Most 6 times ICC women’s world cup The Australia team, which has captured its hold, is still invincible in the Women’s World Cup 2022 (WWC 2022). So far no one has managed to defeat this Kangaroo team. Today i.e. on Tuesday there was an exciting match between Australia and South Africa. Before this match, both these teams had not lost any match in this tournament, but at the end of the match, South Africa’s chariot of victory stopped. But the Australia women’s team has made a special record in its name.

In fact, after winning the match against South Africa, Australia’s women’s team chased down the 18th ODI target in a row. By doing this, he has broken the record of winning 17 consecutive ODI matches while chasing the Indian men’s team. The Indian men’s team made this record during the year 2005-6. Talking about women’s cricket, after Australia, England and New Zealand have won 15-15 matches chasing the target.