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"Take a bow": Harmanpreet Kaur is the first Indian batsman to gain the first score of the T20I century



By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |

Release date: 10 November 2018 4:03:43 pm


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The Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur wrote the date on Friday, the first Indian batswoman, celebrating the T20I century and only eighth year. India's opening women in New Zealand against the T20 World Cup match in Guyana, the ace batswoman at the stadium not only watched the audience, but the people who watched the game quite fascinated. With his impressive underpins, the captain struck a shiny 51 ball (103) and took a shot so easily.

The 25-year-old star's sensational hit impressed everyone online – from experienced cricketers to fans who can't stop cheering for the Moga superstar, compared to his hometown, Virendra Sehwag. His second fifty patients, only 16 deliveries, were a breeze that came as the seventh ball last 26. Six successors took him from 79 to 97 and took six to eight calendars.

Harmanpreet Kaur's hit broke the record for ICC Women's 34-time win over New Zealand in the World T20 opening and Netizens couldn't stop fooling him.

When he came to bat at number five, he and Jemimah Rodrigues set up a 134-seat partnership to command India. Rodrigues, the youngest Indian in the half-century calling a T20I after being excavated in the name of the recording books.

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