The 19-year-old player has hoisted the flag of victory for Australia. While opening for the team, he has exploded in his debut match itself and in the sight that was shown, the ball crossed the boundary 10 times.
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There is a very popular couplet – Small wounds seem serious. 19 year old player got a similar wound Pakistan given to In his debut match itself, he has told how strong he is. We are talking about Phoebe Litchfield, who shone in the first ODI between the women’s teams of Australia and Pakistan. This 19-year-old player has hoisted the flag of victory for Australia. While opening for the team, he has exploded in his debut match itself and in the sight that was shown, the ball crossed the boundary 10 times.
In the rain-affected match, Phoebe Litchfield not only made her debut but also became the player of the match. She opened the Australian innings with Beth Mooney. Due to Mooney’s early dismissal, the partnership did not work, but he showed his game very well along with the rest of the batsmen.
scored almost half the runs alone
The first ODI of women’s teams between Australia and Pakistan was reduced to 40-40 overs due to rain. Pakistan batted first and scored 160 runs for 8 wickets in 40 overs. Nida Dar scored the highest 59 runs from the Pak team. Now Australia had a target of scoring 158 runs in 40 overs under the Duckworth-Lewis rule, chasing which 19-year-old debutant Phoebe Litchfield hit almost half the runs alone.
Nineteen in age, twenty in bat roar!
Australia achieved the target of 158 runs in 28.5 balls. In this, Phoebe Litchfield alone scored an unbeaten 78 runs. The 19-year-old Australian opener batted for 120 minutes while making his debut and faced 92 balls. He hit 9 fours and 1 six in his innings. Means the balls were taken across the boundary a total of 10 times.
Pak team failed to dismiss 6 bowlers
Phoebe Litchfield remained unbeaten in her debut inning of ODI. He faced half a dozen bowlers of Pakistan team but no one got him out. She came to the crease unbeaten to play her first innings and returned unbeaten. Apart from Phoebe Litchfield, experienced Meg Lanning scored 67 runs from 76 balls for Australia.
Australia won the first ODI against Pakistan women’s team with 67 balls to spare. With this, he also took a 1-0 lead in the 3 ODI series. That is, now the capture of the series is just a victory away.