India their winning run in the ICC Women’s World Cup as they trounced Pakistan by 95 runs in their group game Riding on Ekta Bisht’s second five-wicket haul, India thrashed Pakistan by 95 runs to register their third consecutive win in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. With this, India completed a perfect ‘10’ over Pakistan in ODIs. . Ekta Bisht took five wickets for 18 runs as India bowled out Pakistan for just 64 runs. India had earlier posted 169/8 in their 50 overs. Pakistan chase never got going as they lost four wickets for 14 runs. ndia their winning run in the ICC Women’s World Cup as they trounced Pakistan by 95 runs in their group game. Ekta Bisht took five wickets for 18 runs as India bowled out Pakistan for just 64 runs. India had earlier posted 169/8 in their 50 overs. Pakistan chase never got going as they lost four wickets for 14 runs. india now have six points from three games and are at the top of the table. It was a sweet revenge for the Indian eves, who were beaten at home when the two teams met in the ICC World T20 in Delhi, last year.What looked like a sub-par score turned out to be a challenging one for Pakistani batters, who have never successfully chased more than 134 in a 50-over World Cup game. After the men’s team failed to grab the mauka mauka to beat the Indian cricket team in a World Cup match, the Pakistan women cricket team will look to do so when they take field against Mithali Raj and Co on Sunday afternoon. So far, the Indian women team has dominated the tournament and has won 19 out of its last 20 matches. Also, it was never lost an ODI match to Pakistan but ladies in blue will have to hold their nerves to get through this one in front of a packed house at Derby. This is the same pitch that was used for the India-England match. Batting first might be a good decision as the ball will spin in the second inning. reat spell by Ekta Bisht & wonderful support by everyone else. That’s the 10th wicket for India and they have registered their third win on the trot in the competition. Ekta Bisht’s 5-wicket haul proved to be important as Pakistan were skittled out for a paltry 74 and India winning the match by 95 runs. Pakistan skipper is waging a lone battle out there as she doesn’t want to go down without a fight. The match is more or less lost but she wants to provide some respectability to the losing margin.
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