Photo: 5 years out of the team, return to England tour, won all hearts by playing all-round | Indian All rounder Women Cricketer Sneh Rana Comeback in team after 5 years and Played Very Well Against England
Like the Indian men’s team, the women’s team is currently on a tour of England. England won the ODI series after the only Test match was drawn. However, in the last match, India won 1 out of 3 matches.
The Indian women’s cricket team beat England by four wickets in the last ODI to end the series. An all-rounder from the bottom order contributed well to captain Mithali Raj’s unbeaten 75. The player’s name is Sneh Rana and she came in seventh and scored 24 off 22 balls to help India finish the match.
In particular, 27-year-old Sneha Rana returned to the Indian team after a gap of five years while on a tour of England. She had earlier played for the Indian team in 2016. But her significant performance in local cricket has given her a place in the team again.
After the match, Mithali Raj appreciated Sneha. She said, ‘Sneha Rana also needs to be credited for the victory. Because her 24 runs was important in the match. Because wherever she plays, we see a player who will play big shots and bowl well. If Sneha plays like that, she can get a place in the team for next year’s World Cup.
Sneha also did well in the only Test played by an Indian woman against England. She also took 4 wickets for 82 runs. Sneha’s unbeaten 80 in India’s second innings was crucial to a draw.
Sneha was emotional while talking about her father who recently passed away during the Test match against England. She said, ‘My father passed away a few months ago. I lost them before the team was announced. They wanted to see me play for India. But whatever I do from now on, it will be dedicated to them. ‘ Sneha has played one Test, nine ODIs and five T20I matches for India so far. In which she has taken 14 wickets and 159 runs.
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