Parshvi Chopra took 2 big wickets in the final of the Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. She is the highest wicket taker Indian bowler in this tournament
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The crown of the world champion was also adorned on the head of the Indian women’s team. Under the leadership of Shefali Verma, India won the first Under-19 T20 World Cup by beating England by 7 wickets. Shweta Sehrawat and Parshvi Chopra dominated the entire tournament. While Sehrawat was the highest run-scorer in this World Cup, Parshvi was the highest wicket-taker for India. Bulandshahr’s Parshvi had a big hand in making India the World Cup champion.
In the final, he took 2 wickets for 13 runs. As the Indian team inched closer to the title in South Africa, the atmosphere at Parshvi’s house in Bulandshahr was changing. At the beginning of the match, the lines of tension seen on the forehead slowly started disappearing and happiness started appearing on the face.
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Cricket is in the blood
As soon as he took the winning run, drums started playing at his house. The whole family, relatives, neighbors started dancing to the tune of victory. Parshvi’s father Gaurav spoke to TV 9 Bharatvarsh after the victory. He said that he is very happy. The Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup was held for the first time and in the first instance, our team gave the whole country a chance to be proud. Gaurav said that he is very happy that his daughter is also a part of this historic victory. Parshvi’s father, who took a total of 11 wickets in the World Cup, said that cricket is in her blood. He himself has been a cricketer. His father and brother have also played cricket.
2 Academy training
Parshvi’s father said that he does not allow any shortcoming in his daughter’s coaching. Full care is taken to have coaching on all seven days of the week. Due to this there was no gap of even a day, so he made his daughter join two academies, because one academy runs only for 3-4 days. He said that this World Cup is only the first step to success, a lot has to be achieved now.