Radha Yadav’s catch inspired the Indian players. In this match, the upper hand of Team India already looks huge.. To make this catch even more dominant..

If catches are made, then the match is won, according to cricket. We have seen such matches. Recently, a similar scene took place in the derby match between India and England women’s cricket teams. Indian team won this match. However, Radha’s brilliant catch in this match became an obstacle to England’s victory. Are you thinking how a single catch can win a match.. we are coming to that. Radha Yadav’s catch inspired the Indian players. The upper hand of Team India is already huge in this match. Dominated more with this catch.

Radha stunning catch..

England women won the toss and decided to bat first. They entered the ring with the hope of defeating India in the first T20 and the second T20. But the story changed when he got to the crease. England’s top 4 batsmen reached the dugout in just 50 runs. Indian bowlers played a vital role in bringing England women’s team to such a situation. But Radha Yadav’s catch also played a vital role in getting the fourth wicket. England batsman Bryony Smith, playing at 16 runs, hit a huge shot. In this sequence, Radha chased the ball in the air.. ran a long distance, flew into the air and took a stunning catch. All the other players were surprised to see this catch. In this match, 18-year-old player Freya Camp scored an unbeaten 51 runs in the 7th position. With this, England scored 142 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs.

Smriti Mandhana’s record innings..

India chased down the target of 142 runs in the 17th over thanks to Smriti Mandhana’s brilliant half-century innings. Smriti remained unbeaten on 79 runs with the bat. India won the second T20 match with 20 balls to spare. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur remained unbeaten on 29 runs.

Smriti Mandhana was adjudged Player of the Match for her matchless innings of 53 balls. With this India won by 8 wickets and the three T20 series was tied 1-1.

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