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ENG-W VS IND-W: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her

ENGW VS INDW: On Saturday, September 24, India Women defeated England by 16 runs in the third and final One Day International at the Lord’s Cricket Ground to complete an unprecedented 3-0 sweep.

Jhulan Goswami’s final international match, as well as the fact that she claimed a wicket in the penultimate over of her session, will make this game memorable, but the manner it concluded will also stick in people’s minds.

The famed “Mankading” saw all-around spinner Deepti Sharma run out the final batter Charlotte Dean. According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), the run-out rule is now valid and gives the bowler the right to remove the bails at the non-end striker’s if the batter leaves the crease while the bowler is delivering the ball.

Ultimately, the batter was declared out. In the 36th over, when the hosts were down to 118/9, the final pair of Charlotte Dean and Freya Davies launched a counterattack. Dean (47) scored the majority of the goals, putting England within striking distance. 35 runs were added by the pair for the winning wicket.

ENGW VS INDW: Harmanpreet Kaun Backs Deepti Sharma After Match Press Conference

ENGW VS INDW: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her
ENGW VS INDW: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain, praised the team’s performance after the victory and expressed her happiness that they were able to finish the series on a high note to give Jhulan Goswami, who participated in her final international game, the perfect send-off.

However, Kaur reserved special admiration for all-rounder Deepti Sharma, whose flawless final wicket preparation enabled the victory. With only a few runs needed for England to win and only one wicket required for India to win, the game came down to the last few balls.

Charlie Dean had left the crease before Deepti Sharma bowled the ball, demonstrating her awareness to run him out at the non-end. Although there were many English spectators, commentators, and players at the stadium who opposed the decision, Kaur insisted that everything was fair and square and added that. By the ICC’s official rules and regulations, mankind is now regarded as a runout.

READ MORE: Fans go bonkers as Virat Kohli’s athletic effort and bullet throw ousts Cameron Green

ENGW VS INDW: India Clean Sweep England By 3-0

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In Jhulan Goswami’s final international game at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium, India defeated England by 16 runs. With a target of 170 to reach, England was struggling at 103 for eight. Charlie Dean and captain Amy Jones put on a rearguard, though, to stymie the Indian bowlers.

Renuka, the spinner of choice with four wickets, removed Jones while she was on 28. Dean, though, made a threat to end the game for India before Deepti Sharma controversially ran her out on the number 47. Earlier, despite fifty-plus scores from Smriti Mandhana and Deepti, England bowled out India for 169 runs.

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Deepti was not out at 68 while Smriti scored 50 runs. Kate Cross recorded 4 for 26 for England, while Freya Kemp and Sophie Ecclestone each took two wickets. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led team has a fantastic opportunity to sweep England in the game at Lord’s, London.

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And to bid Goswami, India’s star bowler for more than a decade, farewell in style. On the other side, England will attempt to halt the Indian offensive and secure a consolation victory to put a positive spin on the game. The Indian team won by 7 wickets in the first game and by 88 runs in the second.

ENGW VS INDW: On Saturday, September 24, India Women defeated England by 16 runs in the third and final One Day International at the Lord’s Cricket Ground to complete an unprecedented 3-0 sweep.

Jhulan Goswami’s final international match, as well as the fact that she claimed a wicket in the penultimate over of her session, will make this game memorable, but the manner it concluded will also stick in people’s minds.

The famed “Mankading” saw all-around spinner Deepti Sharma run out the final batter Charlotte Dean. According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), the run-out rule is now valid and gives the bowler the right to remove the bails at the non-end striker’s if the batter leaves the crease while the bowler is delivering the ball.

Ultimately, the batter was declared out. In the 36th over, when the hosts were down to 118/9, the final pair of Charlotte Dean and Freya Davies launched a counterattack. Dean (47) scored the majority of the goals, putting England within striking distance. 35 runs were added by the pair for the winning wicket.

ENGW VS INDW: Harmanpreet Kaun Backs Deepti Sharma After Match Press Conference

ENGW VS INDW: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her
ENGW VS INDW: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain, praised the team’s performance after the victory and expressed her happiness that they were able to finish the series on a high note to give Jhulan Goswami, who participated in her final international game, the perfect send-off.

However, Kaur reserved special admiration for all-rounder Deepti Sharma, whose flawless final wicket preparation enabled the victory. With only a few runs needed for England to win and only one wicket required for India to win, the game came down to the last few balls.

Charlie Dean had left the crease before Deepti Sharma bowled the ball, demonstrating her awareness to run him out at the non-end. Although there were many English spectators, commentators, and players at the stadium who opposed the decision, Kaur insisted that everything was fair and square and added that. By the ICC’s official rules and regulations, mankind is now regarded as a runout.

READ MORE: Fans go bonkers as Virat Kohli’s athletic effort and bullet throw ousts Cameron Green

ENGW VS INDW: India Clean Sweep England By 3-0

In Jhulan Goswami’s final international game at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium, India defeated England by 16 runs. With a target of 170 to reach, England was struggling at 103 for eight. Charlie Dean and captain Amy Jones put on a rearguard, though, to stymie the Indian bowlers.

Renuka, the spinner of choice with four wickets, removed Jones while she was on 28. Dean, though, made a threat to end the game for India before Deepti Sharma controversially ran her out on the number 47. Earlier, despite fifty-plus scores from Smriti Mandhana and Deepti, England bowled out India for 169 runs.

Deepti was not out at 68 while Smriti scored 50 runs. Kate Cross recorded 4 for 26 for England, while Freya Kemp and Sophie Ecclestone each took two wickets. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led team has a fantastic opportunity to sweep England in the game at Lord’s, London.

And to bid Goswami, India’s star bowler for more than a decade, farewell in style. On the other side, England will attempt to halt the Indian offensive and secure a consolation victory to put a positive spin on the game. The Indian team won by 7 wickets in the first game and by 88 runs in the second.

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ENGW VS INDW: On Saturday, September 24, India Women defeated England by 16 runs in the third and final One Day International at the Lord’s Cricket Ground to complete an unprecedented 3-0 sweep.

Jhulan Goswami’s final international match, as well as the fact that she claimed a wicket in the penultimate over of her session, will make this game memorable, but the manner it concluded will also stick in people’s minds.

The famed “Mankading” saw all-around spinner Deepti Sharma run out the final batter Charlotte Dean. According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), the run-out rule is now valid and gives the bowler the right to remove the bails at the non-end striker’s if the batter leaves the crease while the bowler is delivering the ball.

Ultimately, the batter was declared out. In the 36th over, when the hosts were down to 118/9, the final pair of Charlotte Dean and Freya Davies launched a counterattack. Dean (47) scored the majority of the goals, putting England within striking distance. 35 runs were added by the pair for the winning wicket.

ENGW VS INDW: Harmanpreet Kaun Backs Deepti Sharma After Match Press Conference

ENGW VS INDW: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her
ENGW VS INDW: Charli Dean Broken Into Tear As Deepti Sharma Runout Her

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain, praised the team’s performance after the victory and expressed her happiness that they were able to finish the series on a high note to give Jhulan Goswami, who participated in her final international game, the perfect send-off.

However, Kaur reserved special admiration for all-rounder Deepti Sharma, whose flawless final wicket preparation enabled the victory. With only a few runs needed for England to win and only one wicket required for India to win, the game came down to the last few balls.

Charlie Dean had left the crease before Deepti Sharma bowled the ball, demonstrating her awareness to run him out at the non-end. Although there were many English spectators, commentators, and players at the stadium who opposed the decision, Kaur insisted that everything was fair and square and added that. By the ICC’s official rules and regulations, mankind is now regarded as a runout.

READ MORE: Fans go bonkers as Virat Kohli’s athletic effort and bullet throw ousts Cameron Green

ENGW VS INDW: India Clean Sweep England By 3-0

In Jhulan Goswami’s final international game at the Lord’s Cricket Stadium, India defeated England by 16 runs. With a target of 170 to reach, England was struggling at 103 for eight. Charlie Dean and captain Amy Jones put on a rearguard, though, to stymie the Indian bowlers.

Renuka, the spinner of choice with four wickets, removed Jones while she was on 28. Dean, though, made a threat to end the game for India before Deepti Sharma controversially ran her out on the number 47. Earlier, despite fifty-plus scores from Smriti Mandhana and Deepti, England bowled out India for 169 runs.

Deepti was not out at 68 while Smriti scored 50 runs. Kate Cross recorded 4 for 26 for England, while Freya Kemp and Sophie Ecclestone each took two wickets. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led team has a fantastic opportunity to sweep England in the game at Lord’s, London.

And to bid Goswami, India’s star bowler for more than a decade, farewell in style. On the other side, England will attempt to halt the Indian offensive and secure a consolation victory to put a positive spin on the game. The Indian team won by 7 wickets in the first game and by 88 runs in the second.

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