AUS W vs IND W: Smriti Mandhana plays a shot during the pink ball test.© Instagram
India’s opening round, Smility Mandana, said on Monday that it was a great experience for her to represent the country in a pink ball test with Australia. Australia and India settled in a draw as the last day of Sunday’s Carrara was gone. Both teams scored 2 points each. In short, Australia leads the multi-format series with 6 points for the three T20Is, while India has scored 4 points. “It’s a great experience to represent India in the pink ball test. Great performance for the whole team. Very. With pride and gratitude for love and support. It was an unprecedented match,” Mandana tweeted.
A wonderful experience representing India in the pink ball test. Great performance by the whole team. With great pride and gratitude for love and support. What did this match? #teamindia #IndvsAus #PinkBallTest pic.twitter.com/2lrgoP5WgU
— Smriti Mandhana (@mandhana_smriti) October 4, 2021
Following 272 runs in the final session of the final day, Australia negotiated a draw despite losing two early wickets. India was in command for most of the tests, but the rain in the first two days significantly reduced the number of bowling overs, so it wasn’t enough to force the results.
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After the test ended in a draw, Australian women’s cricket team coach Matthew Mott praised the team led by Missari Large for maintaining pressure throughout the match.
“I thought India would be a big challenge for us, so I thought I could win the toss and have a happy time. The wicket was greenish. I attacked at a very good pace. But they probably just missed Mark. In the first hour, they got off to a really good start. From there, we felt a bit back, “ESPNcricinfo quoted Mott. ..
“I thought India played really well. Mandana’s innings were extraordinary. But the rest of the match was delayed, holding all the ace and gaining the right to put pressure on it, and returning to the game. There wasn’t. “He added.
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