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Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024

Indian batsman made a blast, scored second consecutive century, big record in danger


Smriti Mandhana scored second consecutive century South African bowlers were thrashed

New Delhi. Star opener Smriti Mandhana is in great form these days. Mandhana scored her second consecutive century in the second ODI of the series against South Africa. She completed the seventh century of her ODI career. Left-handed batsman Mandhana equaled a record of former captain Mithali Raj during this period. South Africa’s women’s cricket team is currently on a tour of India. Smriti also played a brilliant century in the first ODI of the series. India won the first ODI by 143 runs.

In the second ODI match between India vs South Africa (IND w vs SA w) being played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, Smriti Mandhana completed her seventh century of her ODI career in 103 balls. During this, she hit 12 fours and a six. Mandhana shared a partnership of more than 150 runs for the third wicket with captain Harmanpreet Kaur. This is Mandhana’s 7th century in 84 ODI innings. During this, she also equaled Mithali Raj’s 7 ODI centuries. Mithali Raj held the record for scoring the most centuries in ODIs for India. In the third ODI of the series, Smriti Mandhana will have a chance to leave Mithali behind.

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Smriti Mandhana added 62 runs for the second wicket with Hemalatha
Earlier, South Africa won the toss and decided to bowl first. India did not have a good start. Opener Shefali Verma returned to the pavilion after scoring 20 runs. When India lost Shefali’s wicket, Team India’s total score was 38 runs. After this, Smriti Mandhana was joined by D Hemalatha. Both the batsmen took the team’s score to 100 by making a partnership of 62 runs in 68 balls for the second wicket.

Played an innings of 136 runs on 120 balls
Smriti Mandhana scored 136 runs off 120 balls. She hit 18 fours and 2 sixes. The Indian vice-captain had scored 117 runs off 127 balls in the first ODI.

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