In the Women’s T20 World Cup, Harmanpreet Kaur aims to increase her dot-ball percentage.

In the Women's T20 World Cup, Harmanpreet Kaur aims to increase her dot-ball percentage.

The Women’s T20 World Cup is now taking place in South Africa, and the Indian women’s cricket team’s captain, Harmanpreet Kaur, wants her batters to boost their dot-ball count after reaching the quarterfinals. India used the DLS method to win the game by a margin of five runs, advancing them into the semifinals.

With to Smriti Mandhana’s career-high 87, India scored 155/6. Shafali Varma scored 24, Jemimah Rodrigues contributed 19, and they both batted first for the team. The skipper, Harmanpreet, hasn’t been able to find her range yet in the competition. Ireland had reached 54/2 after 8.2 overs when the game was stopped by rain. India eventually won the DL Method match by a narrow margin of five runs, which was enough for them to proceed.

The Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur discussed fewer dots being in play at her post-game news conference. 51 dot balls were used by India in their defeat to England. Ireland managed to win the game despite having 41 dot balls on hand.

“The number of dot balls against England was excessive. These topics have previously been covered in team meetings. Nevertheless, Harmanpreet said that occasionally, when the opposition bowls too effectively, “You will have scored at par on these wickets when you reach 150.

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