Shafali Verma has established herself as a stormy batsman in international cricket and she continues to play similar innings.
Shafali Verma’s name comes in stormy batsmen. (Pic Credit Shefali Verma Twitter)
Shefali Verma has been rocking ever since she entered international cricket. She is known for her aggressive batting. This 17-year-old girl, who started her international career with T20, had also fiercely reported about bowlers in the T20 World Cup. When he made his Test debut last month, he also left a mark with his bat. His bat does not move as if it does not rain and brings the bowlers’ power. He did something similar with the bowlers of England on Sunday.
In the second T20 match being played between the women’s cricket teams of India and England, Shefali once again showed her fiery batting and took the news of the bowlers fiercely. During this, he hit five consecutive fours in an over. Shefali did this work against the bowler who bowled her only on the second ball in the first match. But this time when she came in front of the bowler Shefali, this young man completed all the efforts of the previous match.
Five fours on Katherine Brunt
During the Indian innings, Shefali broke down on England’s Catherine Brunt, who brought the fourth over and hit five fours one after the other. Smriti Mandhana played the first ball of this over, if she had also played Shefali, then there could have been six fours on six. Smriti took a run on the first ball and then Shefali came on strike. He hit a four at midwicket on the second ball of the over. On the next ball, the ball is sent across the boundary line over the bowler’s shoulder. He hit the third boundary at backward point. Fourth four over mid on. On the last ball of the over, he hit a four at midwicket and thus hit five consecutive fours in five balls in this over.
Was defeated in the first T20
India had to face defeat in the first T20 match played against England. In this match, England had scored 177 runs for the loss of seven wickets but due to rain, the Indian team was defeated by 18 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. In the first match, Shefali could not even open the account.
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