IND vs AUS: Australia’s stormy bowler came to support his wife, celebrated gold

Australia beat India by 9 runs to win Commonwealth Games gold medal. Australia’s stormy bowler celebrated this victory with his wife

Gold medal slipped from India’s hand

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New Delhi. Australia women’s cricket team defeated India Commonwealth Games 2022 Won the Gold Medal of A special guest also joined the celebration of this historic victory of Australia, whose picture is covered on social media. This special guest is none other than Australia’s stormy bowler Mitchell Starc. Who celebrated Australia’s victory with wife Alyssa Healy.

Starc goes to big matches to encourage his wife

Australia won the gold medal by defeating India by 9 runs. This is Australia’s third major title in the last two years. Earlier, he won the T20 World Cup in 2020 and the ODI World Cup this year. In the historic final, Starc was seen encouraging wife Healy and the entire Australian team. However, this is not the first time that Starc has appeared with the Australian women’s team. Earlier, he had also come to boost the enthusiasm of the team in the World Cup final played this year.

Although Healy did not appear in her old rhythm in the final. Batting first, Australia scored 161 runs. Beth Mooney scored 61 off 41 balls. He was well supported by Captain Meg Lenning. Lenning played a wonderful innings of 36 runs in 26 balls.

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Indian innings faltered

In response to the target of 162 runs, Indian openers Smriti Mandhana and Shefali Verma were sent to the pavilion early by Australia. After this, Harmanpreet Kaur and Jemima Rodrigues not only took India out of trouble, but also raised the hope of victory. However, after Rodrigues returned to the pavilion, the Indian innings faltered. After this, Pooja Vastrakar was also dismissed and then captain Harmanpreet Kaur’s innings was also ended by Gardner for 65 runs. After Harmanpreet returned to the pavilion, only Deepti Sharma could reach double digits and the batsmen were dismissed one by one. The Indian team was reduced to 152 runs in 19.3 overs.