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India women Cricket Team Beat England Women, Register Biggest Win in Women Test History

Deepti stole the spotlight with her outstanding bowling performance. The all-rounder exhibited resilience and class as she completely dominated the proceedings with her skillful bowling. Deepti, who took a brilliant 5-wicket haul in the first innings, continued the momentum and bagged four wickets in the second innings.

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India women Cricket Team achieved a historic feat as they hammered England by 347 runs in the one-off Test at the Dr DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai on Saturday (December 16). The comprehensive win over the England Women is India’s maiden Test win against England on home soil.

Deepti stole the spotlight with her outstanding bowling performance. The all-rounder exhibited resilience and class as she completely dominated the proceedings with her skillful bowling. Deepti, who took a brilliant 5-wicket haul in the first innings, continued the momentum and bagged four wickets in the second innings.

Having set a whopping 478-run target by declaring on its overnight score of 186 for six, India bowled out the visitor for 131 in 27.3 overs.

In its first innings after winning the toss, India racked up 428 runs to record its highest first-innings score and second-highest overall. India’s run rate of 4.09 in the innings was also the first instance of a women’s Test innings with run rate in excess of 4 rpo.

Harmanpreet Kaur’s side also aggregated 614 runs across two innings, its best haul in a Test.

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