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India women vs New Zealand Women T20 Series first match New Zealand beat India by 23 runs | New Zealand won by 23 runs; Smriti broke his own record, the fastest Indian fighter

               
New Zealand batted first, scored 159 for 4 in 20 overs
India's chasing the target, all out for 136 in 19.1 overs

Wellington. The New Zealand women's cricket team defeated India by 23 runs in the first T20 in the three match series at the Westpac Stadium here on Wednesday. New Zealand batted first, scored 159 for 4 in 20 overs.

India's last 9 wickets fell to 34 runs

The Indian team, chasing the target, was all out for 136 runs in 19.1 overs. His last nine wickets fell on 34 runs. Smriti Mandhana scored 58 runs from 34 balls for India. He completed his fifty in 24 balls. He broke his own record of being the fastest Indian in Twenty20 to become the fastest Indian.

India's three batsmen reached the tenth point

In addition to memory from India, Jemima Rodriguez scored 39 runs from 33 balls. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored 17 runs in 15 balls. Apart from these three, none of his batsmen reached the tenth digit. Two batsmen could not even open the account.

Mandhana made 50 runs in the lowest ball with 50 runs
Indian opener Smriti Mandhana completed his half-century in just 24 balls. They have become the Indians who made the half-century in the lowest balls in T20. He broke his own record of half-century made in 25 balls against England in Mumbai in March last year. The record for making the half-century in the lowest ball in T20 is the name of Sophie Devine of New Zealand. In 2005, he completed his half-century in 18 balls against India in Bangalore.

Bad start of new zealand

In this match, the Indian team captain Harmanpreet Kaur won the toss and decided to bowl. New Zealand did not start well When the team scored 11 runs, then Tsuji Bates sat on a private ball of the ball to get Tania Bhatia caught behind the wicket of Radha Yadav.

Sophie-Sethworthwave cross New Zealand's score of 100

After this, opener Sophie Devine added 36 runs for the second wicket with Catlin Cattle. Catlin got bowled on Poonam Yadav's delivery at 47 runs They scored 15 runs. Their place was replaced by Amy Satterweight. Sophie and Amy added 69 runs for the third wicket.
                
                
            

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