India put their Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup marketing campaign again on monitor in Group 1 Super Six stage with a commanding seven-wicket win in opposition to Sri Lanka on Sunday. Following India’s seven-wicket defeat in opposition to Australia on Saturday, their bowlers gave an outstanding efficiency, proscribing Sri Lanka Under-19 to only 59 runs within the allotted 20 overs. Sixteen-year-old leg-spinner Parshavi Chopra was the decide of the Indian bowlers, grabbing 4 wickets, whereas left-arm spinner Mannat Kashyap took two wickets because the duo ran by the opposition batting line-up.
India then scored the successful goal in 7.2 overs for the lack of skipper Shafali Verma, wicket-keeper Richa Ghosh and Shweta Sehrawat.
Soumya Tiwari (28 not out) then smashed 5 boundaries off simply 15 deliveries as India made a mockery of the paltry whole.
Earlier India, after successful the toss, elected to bowl first and met with speedy success when seamer Titas Sandhu, who performs for Bengal, bought Nethmi Senarathna in thee first ball.
The spinners took cost shortly and inside no time Sri Lanka had been charmed by their spell, with solely captain Vishmi Gunaratne (25) and Umaya Rathnayake (13) managing to attain in double digits.
The accuracy of the bowlers might be gauged from the truth that just one run was given away by means of extras. Bowling a good line, the Indian bowlers did not give any room to their opponents to play their strokes freely, and solely three boundaries got here throughout the the course of the Sri Lanka innings.
Opener and a member of the India senior crew, Shafali, following her forgettable innings in opposition to Australia on Saturday the place she scored eight runs, might have used the chance in opposition to Sri Lanka on Sunday to strike kind.
But the 18-year-old managed simply 15 earlier than she was trapped in entrance by off-spinner Dewmi Vihanga, who claimed all three Indian wickets.
Brief scores: Sri Lanka Women U-19 59 for 9 in 20 overs (Vishmi Gunaratne 25; Parshavi Chopra 4/5, Mannat Kashyap 2/16) misplaced to India 60 for 3 in 7.2 overs (Soumya Tiwari 28; Dewmi Vihanga 3/34) by 7 wickets.
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