India U-19 Women’s cricket team has created history by winning the World Cup, beating England by 7 wickets in the final. England were bowled out for 68 in 17.1 overs as India end long wait for a world title in women’s cricket.
An athletic effort on the field, some disciplined bowling, and a canter with the bat helped India defeat England to claim the inaugural Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup in Potchefstroom.
Fast bowler Titas Sadhu, offspinner Archana Devi and legspinner Parshavi Chopra picked up two wickets apiece to bowl England out for 68. Soumya Tiwari and G Trisha then saw off the chase to set off celebrations for the Shafali Verma-led side.
This win is a significant milestone for women’s cricket in India and will surely inspire future generations of young women to take up the sport. The U-19 team’s achievement is a testament to the progress that women’s cricket in India has made in recent years. In conclusion, the India U-19 Women’s cricket team’s World Cup win is a historic moment for the country and will be remembered for years to come.
Congratulations to the team and its support staff for their hard work and dedication.