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Watch: Shafali Verma schools Sri Lankan bowler with cheeky shot

Indian women’s team is in red hot form and thrashing the opponents at will in the ongoing women’s world T20 at Australia. India have become one of the world leaders in not only men's cricket but also in women’s cricket as well.

Indian girl’s consistent performance in the global ICC events has made them one of the feared team in the world at present. Indian girls missed the world cup by a whisker after losing to England in the world cup final by 9 runs.

India were defeated in the semi finals of the previous edition of the WT20 in 2018. Much like Indian men's team, the girls are also chasing an ICC trophy for a long time now. They will be looking to fulfill the dream of winning the ICC trophy this time around.

India's new precious diamond- Shafali Verma

It is not long ago that the Indian women’s team were in a turmoil due to their coach Ramesh Powar and the whole team was disturbed mentally then. India were heavily dependent on two of their mainstays Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur. The whole things have changed upside down at present as India are winning games without contribution from their reputed players.

The 16 year old stormy batter Shafali Verma is making giant strides in international cricket. She is showing no respect whatsoever and has all the shots in her book. In her blistering knock of 47 runs from 34 deliveries against Sri Lanka women’s, she played a shot which absolutely schooled the bowler

Shafali Verma in T20 world cup
29 off 15
39 off 17
46 off 34
47 off 34

India to enter Semi-finals unbeaten

India will play their semi-final game on 5th of March although their opponent is yet to be decided, they have 4 days of break in-between. India are currently playing very good cricket and there will not be another golden opportunity like this to bring the cup home.

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