Monday, July 17, 2023

India Women lose the first ODI by 40 runs to Bangladesh using the DLS system

 NEW DELHI: India's batting execution missed the mark, bringing about a frustrating loss by 40 runs in the opening ODI against Bangladesh. The 50-over format marked India's first encounter with Bangladesh in this match.

India saw a commendable ODI debut from the young pace bowler Amanjot Kaur, who took four wickets for 31 runs after winning the toss and choosing to bowl. Bangladesh was limited to 152 runs in 43 overs as a result of their disciplined efforts.

Be that as it may, when it came time for India to pursue the apparently agreeable objective, their batting setup floundered, prompting their ruin as they were bowled out for a simple 113 runs in 35.5 overs.

They lost the match due to their subpar batting performance.

With a 40-ball 20, Deepti Sharma scored the most runs for India.

Marufa Akter got four wickets for Bangladesh, offering 29 runs.

Prior, the 23-year-old Amanjot represented opener Murshida Khatun, Fargana Hoque, skipper Nigar Sultana and Rabeya Khan as Bangladesh battled in the match diminished to 44-overs-a-side undertaking because of downpour.

Nigar Sultana was the most noteworthy run-getter for the host group at the Sher-e-Bangla Public Arena, scoring 39 and offering a urgent 49-run organization to Fargana Hoque (27).

Bangladesh's last hitter Shorna Akther didn't emerge to bat in that frame of mind over as she was harmed.

Brief scores from the cricket game:

Bangladesh 152 for 9 out of 43 overs (Fargana Hoque 27, Nigar Sultana 39; Amanjot Kaur 4/31, Devika Vaidya 2/36, Deepti Sharma 1/26) versus India 113 all out in 35.5 overs (Deepti Sharma 20; Rabeya Khan 3/30, Marufa Akter 4/29).

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