Records are made to be broken; however, some may be broken in a small time and other may take a lifetime. It seems like Indian women’s cricket team is on some kind of record breaking mission. They are continuously breaking records one after the other. Be it about the batting or bowling or fielding, girls are doing well in every situation. BCCI has applauded the amazing performance of the team. Have a look at the records set by the Indian women team-
1. Records By Captain CoolMithali Raj, Tendulkar of women’s team, is one among the youngest debut in cricket. She is the only woman on the planet to cross 6000 ODI runs and to score 7 consecutive fifties. Also, she’s the woman cricketer with most no of fifties in her career.
2. Awesome PartnershipHighest partnership score ever, be it in men’s cricket or in women’s cricket. Openers Deepti Sharma and Poonam Raut shared a record breaking partnership score of 320 runs in the match against Ireland. Surprisingly, both of them were unaware of milestone they had created.
3. Jhulan Goswami, Another Record BreakerThis famous fast bowler of Indian cricket team has broken the record of highest wicket taking. She has made a great contribution in India wins, in whole career she has been the all time highest wicket taker, 193 wickets while bowling and 59 catches during fielding; she is undoubtedly the record making player.
4. Largest VictoryThe team is so talented that they have defeated the opponent team by unbelievable margin. Talking about runs, they’ve won the match against Ireland team by 249 runs, which is the highest margin till date. In case of wickets, no one can even touch our great team. They have defeated 8 opponents by 10 wickets.
5. Win In Quadrangular SeriesIn may 2017, the performance by Indian women team was fabulous. They won all the three matches in the series by beating Ireland by 10 wickets, Zimbabwe by 9 wickets and South Africa by 7 wickets. Such a consistent performance!
Cricket is no more men’s game now, ladies are too emerging very fast. I know I couldn’t mention every name of the team, but yes its a team game and therefore, everyone is equally contributing for the success. We are proud of you team India!!