The Indian women’s cricket team, running in a splendid form, defeated Pakistan by 95 runs in their third match of the ICC Women’s World Cup. Batting first, winning the toss in this match, the Indian team scored 169 runs in the last 50 overs with the help of 9 wickets. Pakistan got 170 runs to win but Pakistan’s team failed to face the deadly bowling of Ekta Bisht and the entire team was out for 74 runs in 38.1 overs.

Unity wreaks havoc on Pakistan team

In the second innings, Pakistan’s first wicket, Ekta Bisht took Aisha Zafar out of the LBW, playing 01 runs. After this Jhulan Goswami gave India another success with Zaheeriya Khan playing 6 runs out. After that, Sidara Nawaz scored 1 run and LBW was out at the ball of Ekta Bisht. After this Iram Javed, Ekta Bisht did not give an opportunity to open up the account and gave India the fourth break with LBW. Subsequently, Sharma made India the fifth success by bowling Nayan Abidi to 5 runs. Mansi Joshi took the sixth wicket of Pakistan. Mansi showed the path of Pavilion only when Unmavia opened the account without opening it. Nahida Khan got Harmanpreet Kaur caught by Sushma Verma for 23 runs. Ekta Bisht got Nashra Sandhu out caught by Manasi Joshi on one run. Ekta took her fifth wicket as Baig. Unity opened the bag without opening the account and cleaned it.

On behalf of India, Ekta Bisht made five deadly bowlers while Manasi Joshi gave two wickets while Jhulan Goswami, Deepti Sharma, and Harmanpreet Kaur took one wicket each.

Such an Indian shift

Diana Baig, playing Mandeep Singh on two runs, gave LBW the first blow to the Indian team. The unbeaten 47 runs off Punm Raut Nashra Sindhu sitting handed them off and put India second blow. The 27th over of the first ball Nashra game on the 8-run Indian captain Mitali Raj gave larger blow out the team LBW. On the third ball of the same over, Nashra caught Deepti Sharma (28) caught at the wicketkeeper’s hand and sent him back. Harmanpreet Kaur also got caught by Sana Mir off Sadiya’s ball by making 10 runs. Saadia gave Meshram (6) a bold blow to India. Jhulan Goswami scored 14 runs and reached the target of Nashra Sindhu. Saura Varma, playing 33 runs, was caught by Diana Baig at the ball of Iqbal. In the last over, Ekta Bicht scored an unbeaten run of runs in an attempt to score runs and was run out.