India vs. Malaysia, Women’s Asia Cup 2022 – India Women Win by 30 Runs Through DLS Method
- India won the toss and opted for batting first.
- The duo of Sabbhineni Meghana and Shafali Verma put together a 116-run partnership.
- Shefali scored 46 runs in 39 balls.
- Meghana scored 69 runs in 53 balls.
- India scored 181/4 after the first inning.
- From the start of the second inning, the weather turned out to be cloudy.
- Malaysia started the second inning and was able to score 16 runs in 5.2 overs.
- At the end of the day, India won the Women’s Asia Cup 2022, Ind vs ML, by 30 runs through the DLS method.
India defeated Malaysia by 30 runs on Monday in their women’s Asia Cup match using the Duckworth-Lewis method. On Monday’s second game in the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 in Sylhet, India defeated Malaysia by 181/4. When the game was stopped due to rain, Malaysia had scored 16 runs in 5.2 overs in response.
Sabbhineni Meghana and Shafali Verma put together a 116-run partnership for the first wicket after being chosen to bat first. Shafali scored 46 runs off 39 balls, while Meghana scored the most runs with 69 runs off 53 balls. For Malaysia, Winifred Duraisingam and Nur Dania Syuhada secured two-wicket victories.
India was awarded the winner under the DLS Method by 30 runs because the game could not be continued due to heavy rainfall.
Women’s Asia Cup 2022 competition is gaining momentum. On Monday, October 3, Malaysia Women and India Women will square off in the competition’s sixth encounter. Team India beat Sri Lanka Women by 41 runs in the tournament opener, living up to expectations.
India’s dominance in all three areas of the game versus the Islanders demonstrated the depth and balance of the team. The legendary opening combination was lost early in the game, putting the Harmanpreet Kaur-led team under pressure. Jemimah Rodriguez, a young star, demonstrated her talent with 76-run solid innings, helping India to a respectable total.
The bowlers did an excellent job, ensuring that India began the competition with a victory. On paper, Kaur and her women’s task of taking on Malaysia, an association country, appears straightforward for Indian women. The Malaysians are anxious to bounce back after being humiliated by Pakistan in their opening game. However, it would be difficult for Malaysia to defeat the Indian women because they appear formidable.
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