Women’s Asia Cup India and Sri Lanka women’s team reached the finals. These two teams will meet in the final match on October 15. In the semifinal match on Thursday, October 13, against Thailand.
Women’s Asia Cup India and Sri Lanka women’s team reached the finals. These two teams will meet in the final match on October 15. Harmanpreet Kaur Sena entered the finals with a win over Thailand in the semi-final match held on Thursday 13th October. Kaur missed the last two league matches of the Asia Cup due to injury. However, in the semifinals match against Thailand on Thursday, she got a place in the playing eleven and led the team. Harmanpreet Kaur said her 36 against Thailand in the Women’s Asia Cup semifinal gave her a boost of confidence after returning to the team after a minor injury rest. In this semifinal match, Harmanpreet Kaur scored 36 runs in 30 balls with the help of four boundaries. With this, India managed to score 148 runs in the allotted 20 overs.
Harmanpreet Kaur said after the win over Thailand, she is more confident in her game. She said that she is always ready and happy to play as needed for the team’s success. India went to the final of the Asian Cup for the eighth time in a row after defeating Thailand in the women’s Asia Cup semi-finals match. At the same time, while responding to the match against Thailand, he said that they batted well but Thailand bowled very well. Kaur said that they were not given easy runs and had to work hard for runs.
Deepti Sharma is also very impressive in bowling. Harmanpreet Kaur said Deepti Sharma is ready to bowl at any stage and having such a bowler in the team always gives confidence. She expressed confidence that the team will play together and win in the finals.
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