Before India’s Women’s T20 World Cup semifinal match against Australia on February 23, Gautam Gambhir pushed for equality between men’s and women’s cricket. Gautam Gambhir’s call to action was sparked by Harmanpreet Kaur, the skipper of the Indian women’s cricket team, not being on Google’s list of team leaders.
in response to Harmanpreet Kaur, the two-time World Cup victor and captain of the Indian women’s cricket team, not appearing in the search results for the team leader on Google.
Gautam Gambhir asked supporters to tell others about #IndiancricketteamcaptainHarmanpreetKaur. Only Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya are now identifiable as team captains in the search results.
Gautam Gambhir Calls for Equality in Cricket Gautam Gambhir posted a video on his Twitter page in which he appeals to the general population to support him and reform the regulations.
Please take note, India. Indian cricket team’s captain Where is the skipper, Harmanpreet Kaur? If you don’t, Google’s results won’t adjust. To dominate social media, use the hashtag #IndiancricketteamcaptainHarmanpreetKaur. spread the word. Join us on the ride. Everyone enjoys playing cricket.
Harmanpreet Kaur is now in charge of the Women’s National Team as they contend for the T20 World Cup title. The team will face Australia in the semifinal game tonight in an effort to move to the tournament’s finals.