Women’s World Cup India vs New Zealand 2022: Highlights, Scoreboard, Player of the Match, Stats
New Zealand made a competitive 260 for 9 of 50 overs then held India to 198 to claim an impressive win.
Harmanpreet Kaur tried valiantly with a 71-63 ball but there was no real for her on the other side.
For the White Ferns, it was an all-around performance from Amelia Kerr that stood out as she scored a brilliant half-century to propel the Kiwis to a healthy total and then backed it up by scalping three wickets for dismantle the batting order. women in blue.
Kiwis bowler Léa Tahuhu also played a good role, grabbing 3 wickets for 17 runs from 10 overs in an outstanding spell to stifle India in the opening overs. India beat Pakistan in their first group match.
Then here are the match highlights such as the scoreboard, captains comments and player of the match details.
1 Comments from captains
Mithali Raj, captain of India: After the first wickets we had, the way they had a partnership, I thought they would get around 270-280. We thought it was huntable, but provided we had the best command.
But back-to-back wickets put a lot of pressure because we didn’t have a batter who could go further. There was some rebound and it got slower in the second set, their tailors were hitting the right areas with the rebound, but it wasn’t unplayable and we could have done better.
Our hitter, especially the top and middle order, has to shoot because the other teams are showing 250-260. Our bowlers did well today and earlier too.
Sophie Devine, New Zealand captain: Really complete performance, we built partnerships throughout, Satterthwaite was exceptional, we laid the platform and we knew it was a good score.
Our bowlers were exceptional, gave them nothing. We have different people raising their hands at different phases of the game, that’s what we want in the World Cup.
The girls were exceptional today, they had the pressure to make sure they got up, Mackay was exceptional as well. (Tahuhu in the middle was) Definitely a role we saw her play last year in the UK.
We now have so many options for bowling, our spinners, so it’s a really good space. (This World Cup) is interesting, the first one was a bad game of cricket but we took a lot of positives, we didn’t play our best that day.
2 Player of the match
Amy Satterthwaite, player of the match: I was just trying to build a sleeve to define a platform to throw from. I was really disappointed with the first game and it was a real reflection to go back and watch the way I wanted to play. It was long enough to give us the total we needed today and our bowlers were outstanding.
Brief Notes: New Zealand 260/9
(Amy Satterthwaite 75, Amelia Kerr 50; Pooja Vastrakar 4/34) beat India: 198 all out (Harmanpreet Kaur 71, Mithali Raj 31; Amelia Kerr 3-56)
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