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CWG 2022: Smriti Mandhana hits fastest T20I fifty in Indian women’s cricket history


Mandhana was dismissed for 61 runs off 32 balls.

But Jemimah Rodrigues remained unbeaten till the end and played another remarkable innings of 44 runs off 31 balls. Earlier, the pair of Smriti Mandhana and Shefali Verma had given a good start to the Indian team. Verma was dismissed for 15 and after that Mandhana was dismissed for 61 runs off 32 balls. He hit 8 fours and three sixes. Harmanpreet Kaur could only manage 20 runs and Deepti Sharma contributed 22 runs.

Mandhana's amazing performance in the entire Commonwealth Games

Mandhana’s amazing performance in the entire Commonwealth Games

Smriti Mandhana has once again shown the talent of her bat. Smriti Mandhana has been in great form throughout this Commonwealth Games and has proved once again that she is one of the finest cricketers India has ever produced. Mandhan is the player with the most runs, most fifty, most sixes and most fours in these Commonwealth Games so far.

Mandhana has scored 153 runs in the Commonwealth Games 2022 in four innings with an average of 51 and a strike rate of 156.

fastest fifty

fastest fifty

Mandhana’s half-century in 23 balls is the fastest fifty by any Indian woman in International T20 cricket. The interesting thing is that Smriti Mandhana herself is among the fastest Indian players to score a century in the top three places.

At number two, Smriti Mandhana has scored a half-century in 24 balls and she has played another such innings in 25 balls.

Mandhana and Rodrigues's contribution outweighs the rest

Mandhana and Rodrigues’s contribution outweighs the rest

The contribution of Smriti Mandhana and Rodrigues was so significant that both of them scored 105 runs in 63 balls while the rest of the batsmen could only add 57 runs in 57 balls. 2 runs came as extra.

It remains to be seen whether hosts England can achieve this target or not but this competition was definitely in the name of Smriti Mandhana’s form.



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