In the Women’s Asia Cup on Friday, Pakistan won by 13 runs, which was a big surprise. This was just Pakistan’s third T20 cricket win over India. Nida Dar got 50 runs and took two wickets at key points, which helped her team win.
Women’s Asia Cup | Pakistan defeated India by 13 runs
The Indian team only scored 124 runs before being bowled out in the 20th. Pakistan’s captain, Bismah Maroof, was ecstatic after their win, and after yesterday’s disappointing loss, he knew how important the game was.
The Pakistani captain said his team did well today because they knew how to read the weather and stick to their game plans. Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of India, said that Pakistan played “excellent cricket” and won in the end. “We tried to give other batters a chance in the middle because that’s what you have to do as the tournament goes on, but it didn’t work. It could be chased down.
We couldn’t take singles and switch the strike in the middle overs, and we played too many dot balls.” “We did things well, and Nida hit the ball well. Thus, we just wanted to take risks that made sense. Nida helped us out in a very important way. We have holes in the middle, and we know Nida can’t hit, so we try to hit where we’re strong.”