The Indian women' cricket group didn't permit Nepal to put on a battle, rocking the bowling alley them out for a measly 21 keeps running in their quest for 121 runs.
India rocked the bowling alley out minnows Nepal for the least ever aggregate of 21 hurries to score up a reverberating 99-run win in a Women's Asia Cup T20 competition coordinate here today.
Put into bat, the Indian ladies scored 120 for 5 in their dispensed 20 overs with Shikha Pandey best scoring with a 32-ball 39 not out which was bound with five limits. Pandey and commander Harmanpreet Kaur (14 not out) shared 51 keeps running for the unbroken 6th wicket to redesign that aggregate at the Asian Institute of Technology Ground here. India, who have effectively met all requirements for the last before today's match, rested some top players, including Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami, today.
Pursuing 121 for a win, Nepal were knocked down some pins out for only 21 in 16.3 overs, the most minimal aggregate in ladies' T20 Internationals, to endure a devastating annihilation. The prior most reduced innings aggregate was the 44 hard and fast scored by Bangladesh ladies in their first innings against Pakistan ladies in this same competition on November 30.
India's triumphant edge of 99 was additionally the third most noteworthy as far as number of runs. India finished the alliance phase of the competition as toppers on 10 focuses subsequent to winning all their five matches. Poonam Yadav was the best Indian bowler with figures of 3 for 9 while Sabbhineni Meghana and Anuja Patil got two wickets each. Shikha Pandey, Mansi Joshi and Ekta Bisht took one wicket each.
None of the Nepal batswomen could achieve twofold digit figures with Sarita Magar beat scoring with 6. The additional items contributed more than any Nepal batswoman's score at 7. Four Nepali hitters were out for a duck while number 11 Saraswati Kumari was not out without scoring.
India Women: 120 for 5 in 20 overs (Shikha Pandey 39 not out; Rubina Chhetry 2/21).
Nepal Women: 21 full scale in 16.3 overs (Sarita Magar 6; Poonam Yadav 3/9).