The gamers of the Pakistani and Indian ladies’s cricket groups on Monday exhibited the spirit of cricket as they met in a joyful gathering, a day after their clash on the ongoing T20 World Cup match in Cape City.
A video posted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Twitter confirmed the cricketers of each side assembly and interacting with one another in a nice temper.
Furthermore, there was an alternate of jerseys between Pakistan vice-captain Nida Dar and Indian skipper Hermanpreet Kaur.
Throughout the meetup, each groups appreciated one another’s gameplay and in a while, additionally they took a gaggle picture.
India outplay Pakistan
Pakistan had been outplayed by India within the Ladies’s T20 World Cup match on the Newlands Cricket Floor in Cape City on Sunday.
Within the match, Jemimah Rodrigues and teenager Richa Ghosh took India to a seven-wicket win over Pakistan.
What had been a tense run chase became a cushty win with an over to spare as Rodrigues and Ghosh placed on an unbeaten 58 off 33 balls.
Rodrigues batted with the calm ability to make 53 not out off 38 balls whereas Ghosh, 19, hit powerfully to attain 31 not out off 20 balls.
Pakistan posted 149 for 4 after deciding to bat on a dry pitch.
It was a complete that regarded unlikely after they had been labouring at 68 for 4 within the thirteenth over.
However captain Bismah Maroof (68 not out) and Ayesha Naseem (43 not out) remodeled the innings in an unbeaten partnership of 81 off 47 balls.
The left-handed Maroof confronted 55 balls and hit seven fours whereas the 18-year-old Naseem hammered her runs off 25 balls, hitting two fours and two sixes.
Naseem nearly instantly went on the assault with some highly effective hitting, together with a six past long-off in an over from the medium-paced Renuka Singh which value 18 runs.
The Indian innings adopted the same sample with Pakistan left-arm spinner Nashra Sadhu bowling beautifully to take two for 15 in her 4 overs.
Sadhu dismissed Shafali Verma, who was beautifully caught on the boundary by Sidra Ameen, and Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur, leaving India needing to attain at nearly 10 runs an over within the final six overs.
However Pakistan paid the worth for under choosing 5 bowlers and the remaining bowlers had been costly, whereas their fielders had been responsible of a number of misfields.
Three boundaries by Ghosh off successive balls from Aiman Anwer within the 18th over successfully settled the match.