The Australian women’s cricket team beat India 4-1 in the five-match T20I series that ended earlier this week. In the final game, the visitors beat the hosts by 54 points. India won the second match after a thrilling Super Over at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Australia have arguably the best women’s football in the world, showing once again why they are an unbeatable team. Despite strong support for the home team, the Australians played fearless cricket and won the series.
After the series, visitors paid tribute to the “Special Journey to India”.
In a video uploaded to Twitter, Cricket Australia shared a glimpse of their trip to India.
“It’s not every day you get to play cricket for Australia in India! Sights and sounds of a special trip to India,” read the video caption.
“It’s not every day you can play cricket for Australia in India!”
Sights and Sounds of India Special Tour #INDVAUS pic.twitter.com/FNbgrkfBK8
— Australian Women’s Cricket (@AusWomenCricket) December 22, 2022
All-rounder Jessica Jonathan retweeted the video, saying: “Hope I can spend more than 5 days in this beautiful country! Hope to be back soon.”
Wish I had spent more than 5 days in this beautiful country!hope to come back soon https://t.co/3VeTDcPJLV
— Jessica Jonassen (@JJonassen21) December 22, 2022
All-rounder Ashleigh Gardner was named the best player in the series after scoring 115 runs with an average of 57.50 runs over three innings. She also took seven wickets during the tour.
without an official captain May Lanningwicketkeeper – batsman Alyssa Healy Take charge of the team.
Lanning, who took an indefinite hiatus from the sport, will return in the upcoming ODI series against Pakistan.
Australia face Pakistan in three ODIs in Brisbane and Sydney on January 16, with Healy missing the series with a calf injury.
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