The bullies of the Indian cricket team are fighting to support the captain Mitali Raj, who is the only one who managed to conduct the inning in the ODI series of three matches, which England leads with 2: 0.
Mithali stands at the top of the board with 131 runs after two ODIs. After her, only Shafali Verma collected 50 plus from the Indian side in both games. Mitali scored half a century in both games – 72 and 59.
Indian leg Poonam Yadav said the bullies should work on placing the ball in the gaps so they can score and avoid collapses.
“Like cotton wool, we are suffering from collapses, but I’m sure we will do well in the third ODI,” said bowling Poonam.
“We will make a comeback. The World Cup is next year and we are working on the locations of the pitch, we are working on it to help us in the World Cup,” Poonam said.
Mittali, the Indian captain of ODI, who finished 22 years in international cricket last week, was followed in the list of winners by three England players – Tammy Beaumont (97), Natalie Shiver (93) and Sofia Dunkley (73). Shafali Verma, with 59 in two games, completes the top five.
Deputy captain of the Indian team Harmanpreet Kaur is completely out of shape and has collected only 20 tracks in two games. Deepti Sharma has 35 out of two games, while Punam Raut has amassed 32 in both games.
The trio, along with Mitali, make up the middle line and their failure to score means that India is unable to present large and challenging amounts in both matches. India scored 201/8 and 221 all in the first two ODIs.
India bet on solid starts from the new ones, but both Die Mandhana and Shafali have failed to build large partnerships. Shafali could have celebrated half a century on Wednesday, but was overwhelmed with six games