INDW vs ENGW: Harmanpreet Kaur’s storm followed by Renuka Singh’s roar as India beat England by 88 runs to create history.

The Indian women’s team beat England by 88 runs in the second ODI to take a huge lead of 2-0 in the series. With this, he won the ODI series in England after 23 years. Earlier in 1999, India won the ODI series in England by 2-1. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who scored a record century, is the hero of Team India’s victory. While India scored 333 runs for five wickets, the English team was bowled out for 245 runs in 44.2 overs.

Earlier, on the back of half-centuries from captain Harmanpreet Kaur (143 not out) and Harleen Deol (58), the Indian women’s team posted 333 for five against England on Wednesday. Harmanpreet faced 111 balls and remained unbeaten with 18 boundaries and four sixes. Hurlin was dismissed off 72 balls with five fours and two sixes. Both shared a partnership of 113 runs for the fourth wicket.

After being invited to bat, India struck first when Shefali Verma (08 runs) was dismissed by Kate Cross in the second over. Later, Smriti Mandana and Yastika Bhatia put on a half-century partnership (54 runs) for the second wicket. But Bhatia, who scored 26 runs, is the second player of the team to be dismissed in the 12th over. Mandana’s contribution is 40 runs off 51 balls with four fours and a six. Pooja Vastrakar remained unbeaten with 18 runs and Deepti Sharma with 15 runs. England bowlers Lauren Bell, Cross, Freya Kemp, Charlie Dean and Sophie Ecclestone took one wicket each.

In reply, the English team got off to a bad start with the loss of 3 wickets while scoring 47 runs. Renuka Singh was run out for Tammy Beaumont for 6 runs, Emma Lamb for 15 runs and Sophia Donkle for 1 run. After this, Ellis (39), Daniela Waite (65) and Amy Jones (39) tried to stay on the ground for a while but were confined to the Indian bowlers. In the end, Charlotte Dean scored 37 runs but could not lead England to victory. Jhulan Goswami, who played the last series, gave 31 runs in 7 overs but failed to take a wicket. On the other hand, Renuka 4 for 57, Hemalatha 2 for 6, Shefali Verma and Deepti Sharma took one wicket each.
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