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India women vs New Zealand Women T20 Series: New zealand Beat India by 4 wickets, won Series | New Zealand beat India by 4 wickets in second T20, 2-0 in the series unbeaten

               
New Zealand beat India by 23 runs in the first T20
Suji Bates, who scored 62 runs in 52 balls, was New Zealand's top scorer
Jemima Rodriguez scored the highest score of 72 runs by India

Auckland New Zealand Women's Cricket Team defeated India by four wickets in Eden Park on Friday at the second T20 in the three-match series. With this, he made an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series. New Zealand won the first T20 with 23 runs. New Zealand's Suzie Bates Player of the Match was selected

India had given the target of 136 runs to New Zealand

In this match, New Zealand won the toss and decided to bowl. India scored 135 runs in 6 overs in the 20th over. Jemima Rodriguez scored 53 off 53 balls and Smriti Mandhana scored 36 runs off 27 balls. However, none of these players could reach the tenth figure. For New Zealand Rosemary Meyer made two for 17 runs in his name. Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Leigh Casparac took 1-1.

New Zealand achieved the target with a run on the last ball

Going to pursue the target, New Zealand won the match on the last ball of the match. His score was 136 runs in 6 overs in 20 overs. On his behalf, Suzy Bates scored 62 runs. He scored five boundaries during his innings of 52 balls. Apart from the semester, Opener Sophie Devine scored 19 off 16 balls, Amy Satthrevet scored 23 off 20 balls and Katie Martin scored 13 runs off 12 balls. For India Radha Yadav got 23 and Arundhati Reddy bagged 2-2 for 22 runs. Mansi Joshi and Poonam Yadav sent the pavilion to 1-1 player.

                
                
            

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