India outclass Srilanka by 7 wickets in Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup


India cricket team beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.

After two facile victories over Thailand and Malaysia, India were outclassed in their last game by Bangladesh yesterday.

India today bounced back with a comprehensive seven-wicket win to record their maiden international win over their neighbours across any format. With this win, India keep alive their hopes for a final berth in the tournament.

Left -arm spinner Ekta Bisht claimed 2 Sri Lankan wickets and also effected two run outs. Jhulan Goswami, Anuja Patil and Poonam Yadav took one wicket each to restrict Sri Lanka to 107 for 7.

Chasing a target of 108 , India rode on some useful contributions by the top and middle order to overhaul the target, reaching 110 for 3 with seven balls to spare. Opener Mithali Raj scored 23 and skipper Harmanpreet Kaur cracked 24 in 25 balls.

V Krishnamurthy and Anuja Patil shared a 40 run unbeaten partnership off 32 balls to take India to victory.

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