An all-round bowling performance led by Nashra Sandhu (3/30) helped Pakistan beat India by 13 runs in Women’s Asia Cup match in Sylhet. Chasing 138 for victory, India Women were bowled out for 124 in the final over. Stay updated with Times of India to get all the live cricket score updates and ball-by-ball commentary of women’s Asia Cup T20 match between India and Pakistan.Read Less
Match report – Pakistan shock India for first T20I win over arch-rivals since 2016
Solid performance from Pakistan to beat India at Women’s Asia Cup!
A sensational performance! 👏 Pakistan earn a 13-run win over India 🤩 #INDvPAK | #WomensAsiaCup2022 https://t.co/3pSTvsP6at
PAKISTAN WOMEN WIN BY 13 RUNS
OUT! India all out for 124 in 19.4 overs in 138 chase. Aiman Anwer successfully defends 18 runs as she cleans up Rajeshwari Gayakwad for 1 on the fourth ball of the final over. Pakistan Women beat India Women win by 13 runs in Sylhet in a low-scoring thriller. Nashra Sandhu (3/30) starred with the ball for Pakistan and was ably supported by Sadia Iqbal (2/24), Nida Dar (2/23), Aiman Anwer (1/14) and Tuba Hassan (1/32). On the other hand, it was a below-par performance from the India batters. Richa Ghosh (26) ended as the top scorer for India Women.
18 runs needed off final 6 balls
6 4 W 0 0 0 – Sadia Iqbal goes for 10 in her final over but also grabs a wicket of Richa Ghosh (26 off 13) in it. 18 more runs required off final 6 balls with 1 wicket in hand. Can Rajeshwari Gayakwad and Renuka Singhtake India across the finishline? Aiman Anwer to bowl the final over of the match.
28 needed off final 12 balls
1 1 6 6 1 W – Nashra Sandhu leaks 15 runs in her final over but gets rid of Radha Yadav on the last ball. Nashra finishes with figures of 4-0-30-3. Sadia Iqbal to bowl the penultimate over for Pakistan. .
SIX! SIX! – Richa keeps the chase alive
29 needed off 14 balls – 19-year-old Richa Ghosh has smacked Nashra Sandhu for back-to-back sixes as she brings India right back into the chase. Can she taking the team across the finishline? Nashra under pressure now. INDW 109/7 after 17.4 overs
Harman falls and Pakistan take control
OUT! Huge blow for India as Nida Dar gets rid of Harmanpreet Kaur for 12. Harman goes for the big hit but is caught at long-off by Aliya Riaz. India are now 7 down in this 138 chase as Pakistan take control. INDW 91/7 after 16.2 overs
Another jolt for India as Deepti falls
OUT! Sadia Iqbal ends a quick 11-ball 16 cameo from Deepti Sharma.
48 needed off final 5 overs
61 runs needed off 36 balls @ 10.17 RPO
1 1 0 0 4 1 – Harmanpreet Kaur gets a much-needed boundary in Aiman Anwer’s third over along with three singles. The asking rate is now above 10 for India and Harmanpreet will be the key from here in this chase. Tuba Hassan to continue from the other end for Pakistan. IND 77/5 after 14 overs
Double blow for India – Vastrakar run out | Hemalatha cleaned up!
Twin success for Pakistan in just a matter of 4 balls. Pooja Vastrakar first got run out on the fourth ball of the 11th over due to a terrible mix-up and then Tuba Hassan cleaned up Dayalan Hemalatha on the first ball of her third over. India Women are now 5 down in this 138 chase as Pakistan take control. IND 65/5 after 12.1 overs
OVERS 10.4: FOUR!
FOUR! Hemalatha plays this confidently. The ball races towards deep mid wicket this time. INDIA 56/3
India Women need 87 runs in 58 balls
Pooja Vastrakar comes to the crease
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WICKET! Nashra Sandhu ends Smriti Mandhana’s stay at 17 runs. INDIA 50/3 vs PAKISTAN in 9.4 overs (TARGET: 138)
OVERS 8.5: FOUR!
FOUR! Hemalatha slaps it past deep cover for a four. Tuba Hassan isn’t happy with this.
Delightful-looking shot from Hemalatha. The batter walks down the track and sends Tuba Hassan towards deep extra cover region. INDIA 46/2
Confident shot from Hemalatha. She walks down the track and smashes Nida Dar straight down the ground. INDIA 37/2
Dayalan Hemalatha comes to the crease
WICKET! Nashra Sandhu strikes again, Jemimah Rodrigues departs for 2 runs. Jemimah tries to swipe it across the line, gets a leading edge, Tuba Hussan makes no mistake and takes an easy catch. INDIA 29/2 vs PAKISTAN in 5.2 overs (TARGET: 138)