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4 Cricket Records Held By The Indian Women’s Cricket Team, But Not The Men’s Team | CBTF News

4 Cricket Records Held By The Indian Women’s Cricket Team, But Not The Men’s Team | CBTF News

The Indian women’s cricket team had not planned on losing by an eight-wicket margin to South Africa-W on Women’s Day this year. But for the Indian women, this loss signalled a break from international cricket of almost a full year.

The players haven’t competed in a single match since finishing as runners-up at the Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia last year, with the exception of the four games of an IPL-inspired Women’s T20 challenge in November of last year. By coincidence, the match, which was also played on Women’s Day, had the most turnout for a women’s T20I match ever.

The Indian squad, who appeared to be up to something after reaching three international championship finals in the past several years, could not have received this interruption at a worse time according to the IND women match. After a five-day quarantine, the players reportedly only had time for three training sessions prior to their match against South Africa.

“Over the last few years, we had established a rhythm, but we haven’t played in a while. Vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur was quick to make this point in the post-game news conference. “To develop that rhythm again, we would definitely need some time, and from the next game we’d do what we, as a squad, want to accomplish,” he said.

Even though the Indian women’s team may suffer in the near future, their detractors should be forgiving. They have already demonstrated a lot of promise, which they can grow upon once more if they can reclaim the momentum they lost for no fault of their own.

To demonstrate the point, listed below are five records that even the Indian men’s cricket team does not have in their division. 

  • Most ODI Wickets

Jhulan Goswami, a bowling legend in her own way, will undoubtedly be inducted into the Hall of Fame. In 2017, the 38-year-old bowler beat Cathryn Fitzpatrick of Australia to hold the record for most ODI wickets ever. She presently has 227 dismissals, far more than any other active women’s player according to the IND women match.

The former ICC Women’s Player of the Year, who was once thought to be the fastest bowler in women’s cricket, is still a regular for the Indian squad. She serves as a mentor to a group of burgeoning young fast bowlers as well.

  • Highest ODI partnership

During a quadrangular series in South Africa in 2017, Team India humiliated their Irish opponents by an enormous 249 runs. Poonam Raut and Deepti Sharma, India’s opening pair, put up a record-breaking 320-run partnership to give their team an impossible aim of 359 runs for Ireland according to the IND women match.

The team finished the tournament with only one loss and defeated the South African hosts to take first place. The aforementioned partnership is still the best in women’s ODIs.

  • Highest second-wicket partnership in Test cricket

Punam Raut was involved once more, and it happened in South Africa. India declared on a solid first innings total of 400 for six, thanks to hundreds from Thirush Kamini, the team’s leading scorer, and Raut, her partner. Together, they scored 275 runs for the second wicket.

The visitors won by an innings thanks to an equally impressive showing with the ball. The illustrious victory is still one of Team India’s five triumphs in the game’s longest format. For the second wicket, no partnership has ever come close to that of Raut and Kamini in that game.

  • Youngest Centurion in ODIs

Without Mithali Raj, any Indian cricket record list would feel lacking. In an illustrious career spanning more than 20 years, the current Indian captain has accomplished many significant milestones according to the IND women match.

She is the first Indian captain, male or female, to have guided the team to two 50-over World Cup finals, and she also has the most runs in the game. She holds the record for both the most appearances by a female cricketer and the most scores of 50 or more.

She is however listed here since she holds the male and female records for becoming the youngest century in ODI cricket. She outpaced Shahid Afridi (16 years, 205 days) in an age when she scored 114 against Ireland in 1999 to win the match.

Wrapping Up

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