The Indian team now have two current world record holders with pacer Jhulan Goswami being the leading wicket-taker in 50-over cricket. India is at the 4th spot on the points table and the only one spot is remaining for the semis. India would be aiming for their maiden World Cup win this time around which has been heavily dominated by Australia and England.
Against the ongoing match against the White Ferns, Raj rescued the team in the virtual quarterfinal as opener Smriti Mandhana got out cheaply once again.
(Web Desk) - Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli became a laughing stock on social media when he posted the picture of another woman cricketer to congratulate Indian women's team captain Mithali Raj for completing 6000 ODI runs in the match against Australia in the women's World Cup.
The 34-year-old cricketer started her worldwide career in 1999 with a match against Ireland.
During the Women's World Cup, her activity of reading before going out to bat has also caught the attention of fans.
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New Zealand wicketkeeper Rachel Priest celebrates after Amelia Kerr takes a wicket against Pakistan.
Rajeshwari Gayakwad picked five wickets for 15 runs in 7.3 overs while Deepti Sharma had two wickets under her belt.
Mithali had earlier became the first woman in cricket history to hit seven consecutive fifties in ODIs. She scored an unbeaten 114 runs on her debut. But she came back with a bang, scoring 53 against Sri Lanka to make it eight fifties from 10 inning.
There are too many records against her name.
What gives New Zealand an edge is that they haven't been heavily reliant on one, or more, batters throughout.