CricketWomen’s Cricket World Cup: India registered its third win by defeating Bangladesh, made these records
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In the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022, the Indian women’s cricket team beat Bangladesh by 110 runs to register their third win.

In the match played in Hamilton, India scored 229 for the loss of seven wickets with the help of half-century (50) from Yastika Bhatia.

In response, Bangladesh were bundled out for just 119 runs. With this win, India has now moved to the third place in the points table.

Shafali (42) and Smriti (30) put on 74 runs for the first wicket. After a good start, India got three consecutive blows on the score of 74.

Also, Harmanpreet (14) was also dismissed early. In the lower order, Pooja (30*) and Sneh (27) played significant innings to post a challenging total.

While chasing, Bangladesh’s batsmen gave a disappointing performance and continued to lose wickets on regular intervals. Salma Khatoon (32) did well to show some resilience, however, it was insufficient to register a win.

For India, Smriti, who came to open the innings, looked in good shape and added 52 runs in the powerplay with Shafali.

Smriti failed to make a big contribution and scored 30 runs in 51 balls with the help of three fours. Meanwhile, she has completed 5,000 runs in his international career. Now she has 2,717 runs to his name in 70 ODIs.

Yastika Bhatia, who came to bat at number three, completed the third half-century of her ODI career in 79 balls. Yastika scored 59 runs in her last match against Australia, has her second consecutive half-century in this match.

She was dismissed for 50 runs in 80 balls with the help of two fours. She shared a crucial 54-run partnership with Richa Ghosh for the fifth wicket.

Sneh Rana, who scored 27 runs in 23 balls with the bat, also did wonderful job with the ball. As Bangladeshi batsmen failed to read her spin, she took four wickets for 30 runs in 10 overs. Apart from them, Jhulan and Pooja took two wickets each.

India registered its fifth win in the fifth ODI against Bangladesh. This is India’s third win in the current World Cup after six matches. With this, India has now reached the third position in the points table. Australia and South Africa remain in the top two places.

The Indian team now has to play its last league match against South Africa, which is going to be important and decisive in terms of semi-finals.