Harmanpreet Kaur century powers India to series win against England
Harmanpreet Kaur slammed her second-highest score in women’s ODIs to lead a side to a massive 88-run win in the second game in Canterbury and sealed the ODI series 2-0 in their favour.
Credits to skipper Harmanpreet’s blazing 143 off 111 balls, Team India posted 333/5 after batting first. In reply, the hosts were bundled out of for just 245 with Danni Wyatt top-scoring with 65 off 58 balls.
Pacer Renuka Thakur was the pick of the Indian bowlers, claiming 4/57 while Dayalan Hemalatha picked up a couple of wickets for six runs. “Today was a very important game for us, and everyone who got a chance contributed. I always enjoy leading, I’m always in the game, and all the support from the staff and the players,” Player of the match Harmanpreet Kaur said during the post-match presentation.
Team India will now take on Amy Jones-led England in the final ODI at Lord’s on Saturday (September 24) which will also be veteran Jhulan Goswami’s final international game.