India vs Sri Lanka: Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma Shine as India Seal ODI Series

India vs Sri Lanka: Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma Shine as India Seal ODI Series

The Indian women’s team dominated from start to finish, with both bat and ball, beating Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the second ODI to claim a 2-0 unbeaten run in the three-match series on Monday. ۔ It is worth mentioning that the openers of the Indian team fired for the first time on the tour, in just 25.4 overs they shared 174 runs to see the visitors home and finally managed to silence their critics.

The bowlers bowled out Sri Lanka for 173 to make room for the tourists and then اسمرتی مندھانا94 off 83 balls full of strokes and 71 off one ball by Shefali Verma paved the way for a convincing victory.

The partnership between the two is India’s best for all wickets against Sri Lanka.

After winning the first ODI comfortably, the Indians came in as strong favorites against Sri Lanka in the second match. The increase in the confidence of the guests was due to the fact that they also won the T20I series of the first three matches.

Indian captain after winning the toss Herman Phantom Corps Asked to bat first before Sri Lanka in favorable conditions for bowlers.

The hosts soon found themselves in all sorts of trouble as fast bowler Renuka Singh Go was on point with her length from the word.

The 26-year-old dominated the ball with a career-best 4 for 28, which shook Sri Lanka’s top order with three quick strikes.

Even as wickets kept falling from time to time, lower-order batsman Uma Kanchana took an unbeaten 47 off 83 balls to take control of the hosts. Experienced off-spinner Dipti SharmaTwo wickets off the last two balls helped India bowl out Lanka.

“We’re talking about a long-term partnership. We discussed the need to give 100 percent. The partnership was great. Bowling options are a must,” Herman Phantom said after the game. Herman Phantom said after the game.


India won the first ODI by four wickets and will try to complete a clean sweep of 3-0 with the home team in the final on Thursday.

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