Match Details

BANW vs INDW 3rd ODI, INDW vs BANW 2023

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Match Tied
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47th Over:
= 4
48th Over:
= 1
Last Over:
= 6
This Over:
= 2
INDWINDW - 2nd Innings
10 Over 4859
15 Over 8479
20 Over 104103
25 Over 127118
30 Over 141146
35 Over 171163
BANWBANW - 1st Innings
10 Over 3032
15 Over 4954
20 Over 7371
25 Over 9184
30 Over 108113
35 Over 134141
40 Over 164163
50 Over 213225


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Inn 2
That concludes our thrilling coverage of the clash between Bangladesh Women and India Women. The match went all down to the wire and ended up as a tie. The three-match ODI series ended draw(1-1). We'll be back with more exciting cricket action from across the globe.

Do join us for all the upcoming games from all around the globe. For now, it's me Hitesh Peddurwar signing off along with my co-commentator Akshay Bhide, and scorer/analyst Dushyant Madhukar Kumar. Until then stay safe and have a wonderful weekend...
Harmanpreet Kaur and Nigar Sultana collect the trophy. Both sides share the trophy as the series finishes 1-1. Players from both sides pose for a photograph with the trophy.
Harmanpreet Kaur(India Women Captain): " Well I think a lot of learning from this game. Apart from the way of umpiring, everything was good. We were really surprised by the way of umpiring. Whenever we come to Bangladesh again, we make sure that we find a way to deal with this type of umpiring.

Yeah, I think they batted really well no doubt about it, they were batting according to the situation and taking the singles. I think in between we leaked a few runs, and while batting we lost some wickets. As I said some pathetic umpiring, really disappointed about some decisions given by the umpires.

My hand is absolutely fine. Harleen looked very promising in the last game also with thought of promoting her and giving her a chance to bat freely. Jemi(Jemimah) was looking good throughout her innings and I think it was a good game and a lot of learning.

And an official from the High Commission from India is here, I hope you would have invited him here though. Thank you, sir, thank you for coming, and thank you for your support. The crowd was really amazing they were supporting both the teams throughout the tournament."
Nigar Sultana (Bangladesh Women Captain): "It was a great match. We are getting a lot of experience and it will help us in the future. When we won the toss and decided to bat first, we decided to score 230 runs or more. It was good to see the intent from Fargana in the middle.

You always think that you are 5-10 runs short but credit to the girls for showing the fight. During the break, I told the girls that either they will come hard on us or else we will go hard on them. Because we are looking for momentum and beating a good side, it will help us in the future."
Fargana Hoque(Player of the Series): " "I was in a good flow at the start of the tournament. The game-mates and officials, especially, Hasan sir, boosted me and always kept the faith in me. If anyone who can hit a century it has to be either Jyoti or Pinky.

We were trying to play accordingly and take bit by bit. Mostary was telling me that my century was near but I told her a hundred does not matter and what matter is the total run we get on board. I like to bat and tried my 100% and therefore got my century.

My friends circle and my family believed in me. The board trusted me at this position and therefore I managed to do this.  In the future, there are a lot of players in our team who can surpass my score and will do it."
Player of the Series: Fargana Hoque
Harleen Deol (Player of the Match): "Actually, it was a good wicket to bat on. Initially, we were struggling as we didn't know the conditions. We were ahead of the game because when me and Smriti were batting, we played according to the conditions. But unfortunately, the game ended in a tie. The game plan was the same as the previous game. But our players got settled and Harry di went in to bat. When you have runs under your belt, it helps going forward."
Player of the Match: Harleen Deol
17:21 IST, 17:51 Local Time: Finally, we are ready for the post-match presentation.
17:05 IST, 17:35 Local Time| GOSH GOSH GOSH!!!! What an enthralling encounter we have witnessed here at Mirpur. Bangladesh Women looked nowhere in the game till the 46th over of the second innings but they held their nerves till the end and managed to tie the game. As the scheduled time is over so we will have no super over. The series ends as 1-1.

Earlier in the game, Winning the toss, Bangladesh Women chose to bat first and Shamima Sultana and Fargana Hoque opened the innings for Bangladesh Women and they got off to a cautious start, gradually increasing the run rate. The Indian bowlers seemed clueless in the first half of the innings as the openers built a strong partnership of 93 runs.

Finally, in the 27th over, Sneh Rana managed to dismiss Shamima Sultana, who scored 52 runs. Nigar Sultana then joined Fargana Hoque, and they kept the scoreboard ticking with occasional boundaries, forming a valuable 71-run partnership for the second wicket. Towards the end, Bangladesh Women lost a couple of quick wickets, including Nigar Sultana for 24 runs.

Fargana Hoque continued her splendid innings, reaching a remarkable century with 107 runs, becoming the first Bangladeshi player to achieve this milestone in the Women's ODI. As a result, Bangladesh Women set a target of 226 runs for India Women to chase.

From the bowling point of view, Sneh Rana was the standout bowler for India, taking a couple of important wickets, while Devika Vaidya also contributed with one wicket.

India Women's chase of 226 runs got off to a disastrous start,as they lost the wickets of Shafali Verma (4) and Yastika Bhatia(5) within 5 overs. However, Smriti Mandhana and Harleen Deol formed a crucial partnership and steered the innings back on track. With a positive approach, they kept the run rate ticking and managed to score 59 runs during the powerplay, despite the loss of two wickets.

The duo's solid strokeplay led to a remarkable 107-run partnership for the 3rd wicket. Smriti Mandhana eventually fell to Fahima Khatun after scoring 59 runs, but her earlier dropped catch by Nigar Sultana proved costly for Bangladesh Women.

A brief rain interruption didn't deter the focus, Harleen. Harleen's exceptional innings of 77 came to an end due to a run-out, but Jemimah continued to rotate the strike, taking India closer to the target. In a nail-biting climax, the match swung in Bangladesh's favor as Nahida Akter claimed two crucial wickets in the 48th over.

With just one wicket in hand and 9 runs needed off 12 balls, all eyes were on Jemimah. As tension mounted, the game boiled down to needing one run off four balls, but unfortunately, the last wicket fell, resulting in a thrilling tie. 

Nahida Akter was the pick of the bowlers for Bangladesh Women as she scalped 3 wickets. Marufa Akter chipped in with a couple of wickets.

The trophy will be shared by both teams as it ends 1-1. Stay tuned with us as we will be back with the post-match presentation ceremony in a short while.
The Bangladesh Women are already celebrating. The scheduled time is done so we will have no super over.
49.3 M Akter to M Singh
W Is there an edge? Yes. Look at the Bangladesh Women go crazy on the field. Meghna Singh has edged this one straight into the hands of the keeper. The finger is raised and the game ends in a tie. What a match we have just witnessed here. Akter bowls a good length delivery in the channel outside off, Singh hangs back and looks to run it down the third man region but ends up getting an outside edge and Sultana behind the stumps completes a good catch. 
Nigar Sultana is having a chat with Marufa, regarding the field. The fielders are inside the circle.
A sigh of relief for the Indian fans, scores are level now.
49.2 M Akter to J Rodrigues
1 Length delivery on the stumps and Rodrigues knocks it down the ground to long on for a single. SCORES LEVEL!!!
Indian fans 🎤: Come on Jemi! Come on Jemi!!
A quick single taken by the batters and the equation boils down to 2 off 5 balls.