Australia 227 times (age 76 *, ferry 60 *, Mooney 45) beat India 7 of 8 turnstiles (Raut 106, Raj 69, Perry 2-37, Schutt 2-52) 226
Scorecard and Breaking Details
Australia won the semi-finals by slowly squeezing out of Bristol's slow turner, overwhelming India's 226 with seven. It was not possible to advance the power game in various stages in the second wicked match, which took second place 157 times between 100 South Punam Laut and Mitali Raj, who became the leader of the female ODI in India. They will beat New Zealand in their final group match on Sunday to advance to the semifinals of the ICC event for the first time since 2010.
Beth Mooney and Nicole Bolton added 62 to their first ticket gate on 15.4 O Bus to establish Australia. Bolton swept the floor to Sushma Verma, who dug up the ticket gate Meg Lanning at Poonam Yadav. After hitting with a shoulder strap, she showed an agile step to invalidate the spin troikas of India's Ekta Bisht, Deepti Sharma and Poonam Yadav 76 Australia took back 29 extra balls and went home. She was complemented by full Ellyse Perry.
Where Australian spinners lost control due to differences with Indian bats-taking 4 out of 29 overovers to 129-Indian slow bowlers leaked 183 in 34 overs. India's slower score was due to Raj not being able to hit the ball in the square. She spent 82 minutes and limped 34 times to cool Charlotte Edwards' record.
Jess Jonassen and Kristen Beams used angles and flying to block Raut and Raj's scoring options. It was difficult to keep Batman from working against the turn and manipulating the ball offside while protecting the leg boundaries.
When the record came out, Raj seemed more comfortable. The first intention was to throw the ball three times, and she threw down six pitches to score six goals, making her the first hitter with a female ODI over 6000 runs. Until then, the remaining fifties were. Occasionally, she kept running by taking sweeping and delicate paddles against the turn. She especially punished Megan Suit, who was shoveling off the face.
But there was no trembling in Australia at any stage. When Raj misplaced his counterattack to Beams at 41st Street, India rarely passed four runs per overmark. During the next 6 overovers, Harmanpreet Kaur suffered an odd blow to make 22 ball 23, but Raut's wicket on the 47th led to a full breakdown. India lost four turnstiles over 16, and the second-highest batter in the tournament, Deepti Sharma, did not ride until the final.
Early in the pursuit, India admitted only the first 10 to 34, keeping the situation taut. But the gate was opened when Bisuit crossed the three boundaries for the first time. Poonam Yadav kicked the ball, but it didn't touch the surface it was late for rotation, giving the batters enough time to back and pull.
Lanning showed intentions from the moment he stepped out, and Yadav flipped six times over his head in the fourth ball hit by her head. To solve this, Spinner used short bowling and continued to square the wicket corners by cutting and sweeping. India was poorly defended and did not help the problem, and he regularly admitted by placing the ball through the ball from the boundary to the bridge. All this meant that the chase was medium to cold. Much of the last 15 overovers seemed to be an extended internet session, and the helplessness of the Indian class made it clear what the chaser turned into cakewalk.
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