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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Ind vs NZ Woman's ODI: Mandhana stars again in India Women's arrangement securing win

Opener Smriti Mandhana drove the pursuit for India with trademark panache, after a feisty bowling execution by and by skittled the hosts inside 50 overs, and controlled her side to an arrangement securing eight-wicket triumph over New Zealand in the second one-dayer here Tuesday. 

Cricket news : Picking to handle, India created a fantastic exertion to bowl out New Zealand for an insignificant 161 in 44.2 overs previously player of the match Mandhana (90 not out) and captain Mithali Raj (63 not out) sewed a 151-run whole third-wicket remain to manage the group to a simple win. 

The team revived the Indian run pursue from 15 for 2 after the early loss of opener Jemimah Rodrigues (0) and Deepti Sharma (8). 

"It feels incredible yet I think our bowlers merited the player of the match grant more than me. I will give it away to our bowlers, they worked admirably to confine New Zealand on a decent wicket," Mandhana said in the post-coordinate introduction. 

The 22-year-old Mandhana has been in magnificent frame as of late and Tuesday's 50 years was her eighth in the last 10 ODI innings. She hit 105 in the principal match of the continuous arrangement. 

On Tuesday, she stayed unbeaten as she struck 90 in only 82 conveyances. Raj, then again, confronted 111 conveyances in her calm thump of 63. Be that as it may, she was an ideal counterfoil to the forceful Mandhana. 

Raj finished the run-pursue in style with a six as India achieved 166 for 2 in 35.2 overs. 

"I am content with the manner in which the group is getting down to business. I have dependably appreciated batting in testing conditions. It was difficult, it required persistence here. Smriti is in great shape and someone needed to give her help," Raj said. 

India have now taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-coordinate challenge, which is a piece of the ICC Women's Championship arrangement. The meeting side beat New Zealand in the first dayer by nine wickets at a similar scene on January 24. 

It was a fitting reprisal for the Indian group, which had lost the home leg of the ICC Women's Championship arrangement 1-2 to New Zealand amid the last cycle that kept running from 2014-2016. 

New Zealand are positioned second in the ICC Women's Championship table and are ensured an immediate section into the 50-over World Cup being the hosts. 

Much the same as the main match, India selected to field and shot New Zealand out for a unimportant 161 with senior pacer Jhulan Goswami getting 3 wickets for 23 to lead the Indian bowling charge. 

The turn trio of Ekta Bisht, Poonam Yadav and Deepti Sharma, who had tormented New Zealand amid India's nine-wicket win in the first ODI, took two wickets each to smother the Kiwi innings once more. 

New Zealand skipper Amy Satterthwaite finish scored with a 71 off 87 balls before she turned into Yadav's first unfortunate casualty in the 34th over. Yet, she got little help from her other colleagues. 

"Baffled to be straightforward, not putting enough keeps running on the board. Just comes down to that truly," she said after the match. 

New Zealand made a sad begin with opener Suzie Bates being rejected for a nothing off the fourth ball. 

The home side were 62 for 5 in the 21st over and in spite of a vivacious exertion from Satterthwaite, they were hard and fast for 161 in 44.2 overs, neglecting to bat through their full quantity of overs for the second time in succession. 

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