Recent Game Report – 2021 Test ENG Women vs IND Only Women Test
Golan Guswami and Depty Sharma go on strike in the second morning but Britain reaches 357.8
Lunch the UK 357 for 8 (Knight 95, Beaumont 66, Dunkley 66 *, Shrubsole 16 *, Deepti 3-65, Rana 3-109) vs India
Sophia Dunkley’s first invincible, half a century, led Britain Highest test score against India With lunch on the second day of the race once in Bristol. Dunkley, the first black woman to play cricket for England, was not present at the time of the break at the age of 66, as England increased the number 8 to 357 and Anya Schrobesol was 16 years old.
The game resumed on the second day under a cloudy sky with floodlights and England at 269 for 6 p.m. Golan Goswami, after adding only one shower to his overnight, hit 7 with the 12th ball in the morning when he caught Catherine Bront, India was reviewed after the appeal was initially rejected, and the validity It was measured, showing repetitions that the ball hit the middle stump.
Dunkley, who started at age 12, reached a good rhythm by sending a cross into the fence twice between three balls with a wrist stick through the midwicket and skillfully placing between the third slip and the waterfall. Dunkley fell 27-year-old when he sent a simple return barrier to Deepti Sharma, through the covers of Sharma and then Sneh Rana, the last person to discuss his fifty-year partnership with Sophie Ecclestone and cut him in half. , Pushed. – Century.
Two balls later, however, Dunkley was forced to overturn Rana’s referee’s decision to prevent Rana from going on 46, as the games played show that the ball is out of bounds. Dunkley soon made a milestone after turning Rana on software to warmly encourage the platforms.
Ecclestone almost had a personal decision overturned by referee Chris Watts, who found that Sharma had given birth, but later complained that there were two balls later that he sprayed Sharma directly into Sheikha Pandey for 17 minutes. . This was Sharma’s third decision, Wickett
Dunkley was built from there, and found the rope three more times, as Shrubsole showed good support and hit its two borders.
Valkyrie Bynes is the Editor-in-Chief of ESPNcricinfo