Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: In the final of the Under-19 Women’s World Cup being played between India and England today, India has won the 2023 World Cup by defeating England by 7 wickets.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final Match Highlights
Indian Captain Shefali Verma won the toss and she decided to bowl first. England came out to bat first scoring only 68 runs and got out in 17.1 overs and set a target of 69 runs for win against Indian women team.
Chasing 69 runs for the win, the Indian women team achieved the target in 14 overs losing only 3 wickets and won the Women’s World Cup title for the first time in the U-19 category.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: PoTM & PoTS
Titas Sadhu bowled an excellent economical spell with bowling figures of 2-6 & bagged the Player of the Match award as #TeamIndia are crowned champions of the inaugural #U19T20WorldCup 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/srB6cQXY2a— BCCI Women (@BCCIWomen) January 29, 2023
Indian fast bowler Titas Sadhu was given the man of the match award, while England player Grace Scrivens was awarded the player of the series title.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: Full Match Highlights
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: England Batting
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 1st Wicket- India won the toss and decided to bowl first. The decision proved to be correct when Indian fast bowler Titas Sadhu dismissed Liberty Heap of England on the fourth ball in the very first over.
Today none of the England batsmen were able to bat and kept losing their wickets at regular intervals. Only 3 players of England could cross the figure of ten.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 2nd & 3rd Wicket- Indian bowler Archana Devi took 2 victims in the fourth over. England captain Grace Scrivens was bowled out by scoring 4 runs and her teammate Niamh Flona Holland scored 10 runs.
England’s wickets continued to fall at regular intervals and by the end of the powerplay, the England team could score only 22 runs losing 4 wickets.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 5th Wicket- Another wicket fell for the England team in the 10th over. Indian bowler Sadhu clean bowled England batsman Seren Smale. By the end of 10 overs, 5 England batters had returned to the pavilion and England could score only 39 runs.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 6th Wicket- Parshvi Chopra got England batter Ryana Macdonald Gay caught out in the 12th over. Ryana Macdonald Gay scored 19 runs with the help of 3 fours. Ryana Macdonald Gay’s yesterday’s score was the highest score for England in today’s match.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 7th Wicket- England’s seventh wicket fell in the form of Josie Groves in the 14th over. Among the Indian players, Soumya Tiwari her run out. Joise Groves contributed 4 runs.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 8th Wicket- England’s eighth wicket fell in the form of Hennah Baker in the 15th over. She was stumped by Shefali Verma on the very first ball of the over. Hennah Baker was out for zero.
After 15 overs, the score of the England women’s team was 68 runs at the loss of 8 wickets. Alexa Stonehouse and sofia smalle were on the field.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 9th Wicket- In the 17th over, Mannat Kashyap got Alexa Stonehouse caught by Sonam Yadav. Alexa Stonehouse scored 11 runs.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: 10th Wicket- And England’s tenth wicket fell on the first ball of 18 overs. Sophie Smale was caught out by Sonam Yadav on her own ball. Sophia Smale scored 11 runs and England’s entire women’s team scored 68 runs per all out.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: Indian Bowling
All the women bowlers bowled well for India. Archana Yadav, Parshvi Chopra and Titas Sadhu took 2–2 wickets while Mannat Kashyap, Shefali Verma and Sonam Yadav took 1–1 wickets.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: India Batting
Chasing the target of 69 runs, the start of India was also not good. Captain Shefali Verma got out after scoring 10 runs in the process of scoring fast runs. He scored 15 runs and was caught out by Hannah Baker.
India’s second wicket fell in the fourth over. Shweta Sehrawat, who was the hero of the last match, was able to score only 5 runs today and became the victim of Grace Crivens.
After that, Indian batter Saumya Tiwari and Gongadi trisha batted carefully on the field to bring India closer to the target.
India’s third wicket fell in the form of Gongadi Trisha in the 13th over. Gongadi Trisha was bowled by England bowler Alexa Stonehouse. Gongadi Trisha contributed 24 runs in 29 balls with the help of 2 fours.
Eventually India achieved the target of 69 runs in 14 overs and won the 2023 U-19 Women’s World Cup.
Soumya Tiwari scored 24 runs in 37 balls with the help of 3 fours and remained not out till the end.
Ind-W VS Eng-W U-19 WC Final: England Bowling
Hennah Baker, Alexa Stonehouse and Grace Crivens scored 1–1 for England.