The Bangladesh women’s team received a good news before the match began today in the Twenty20 World Cup. Smriti Mandhana, an important member of the Indian batting lineup, is suffering from fever, so this opener has not been dropped today. This, of course, did not work very well for Bangladesh. After losing the toss, India went on to win the match by losing 5 wickets. Bangladesh girls will have to score 3 runs to start the Twenty20 World Cup campaign with a win today in Perth.
Tanya Bhatia has not filled the vacancies of 12 Fifty Walking Memories in 12 international T20s. Tanya fell out of the top of the batting lineup but was forced out in the second over, scoring just two runs. But it did not hurt India too much. In the previous match against Australia, Shefali Verma had identified himself as playing only five balls. On that day, a 3-year-old girl scored 28 runs. Today, he played only 2 balls more than that. But Shefali scored 5 runs more. He returned in the sixth over with just two fours and made 6 for 6.
India did not have to worry about getting 5 runs in the power play. Jemimah Rodriguez is on one side, captain Harmanpreet Kaur on the other. But Harman Prita scored just five runs off the back of a comfortable one for Pana Ghosh, comforting Bangladesh.
India’s run is 1 in that time. India’s score of 5 runs in 5 overs, when the top of the hill, he was worried that Bangladesh might have fallen. In the previous match, India started the tournament with only 12 runs but lost to Australia. In this situation, the Indians were caught in the spell of Rumana. In just 20 runs, three batters went back under pressure to extend the run. In between, both have been victims of run outs. Nahida and Nigar played great athleticism in the run-up to Jemimah (1), but the run-up to the 5-run brilliance against Australia was ridiculous.