Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of the India women’s team, wrote an emotional blog post to thank her fans for their unwavering support and to make a commitment to her squad to improve in their next matches.
The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 ended in a painful exit for India. They had fought bravely against Australia and had even appeared to be winning at one point, but Harmanpreet Kaur’s run-out proved to be the crucial turning moment, giving the great Aussies the victory in the end.
Will return with vigour: Harmanpreet Kaur promises to change.
This is for all of our worldwide supporters who have cheered us on during this World Cup. I appreciate your faith in our journey. As far asFor a cricket fan, losing is disappointing (sic). The 33-year-old stated in her heartfelt message on the microblogging website Twitter, “All I can say is that we will come back forcefully and put on a wonderful display there.
As the Ladies in Blue lost three quick wickets up front, the all-rounder and Jemimah Rodrigues were guiding India in their pursuit of the target. The players had a terrific partnership, with Kaur scoring an incredible 52 runs off just 34 deliveries.
She seemed determined to almost save India, as she had done against the same opponent in the 2017 World Cup Semifinals on her own. But, her unlucky premature exit ended India’s chances of yet another miraculous comeback.Earning a T20 World Cup title.
Kaur lamented her team’s wasted opportunities during the post-game presentation, calling it “extremely unlucky.”
To regain that momentum while Jemi (Jemimah Rodrigues) and I were batting couldn’t possibly be more unfortunate. We didn’t anticipate this today to lose after that. I can’t possibly be more unlucky than the way I ran out.
On social media, there have also been videos of former cricketer Anjum Chopra cuddling Harmanpreet Kaur in her embrace after India’s defeat. On February 26, 2023, Australia and South Africa will meet in the World Cup final.