Historic series win by Harmanpreet Puber Kalom
Puber’s Pen Correspondent: Under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur, a new India emerged in Canterbury. India’s women’s cricket team won the one-day series with one match remaining after defeating England by 88 runs in the second ODI. It was captain Harmanpreet Kaur’s brilliant century that helped India to such a huge run. Harampreet scored the first 50 runs off 62 balls. He scored the next 50 runs off 38 balls. And after scoring 43 runs off just 11 balls. He also remained undefeated. In reply to India’s 333 runs, England girls ended their innings with 245 runs. After Harmanpreet’s rampage with the bat, Renuka Singh was once again on fire with the ball. He took 4 wickets for 57 runs and became the biggest obstacle for England to score big runs. After winning the first ODI a few days ago, Smriti Mandhana said, ‘We want to win this series for Jhulandi.’ So the members of the Indian women’s team dedicated the series to Jhulan Goswami. India women last won the ODI series in England in 2007. After 15 years, Harmanpreet, Smriti, Jhulanra are returning once again from the soil of England with the ODI series.
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