ENG Women vs IND Women, 2nd ODI at Mumbai, ENG-W in IND, Feb 25 2019 - Match Result

2nd ODI, Wankhede, February 25, 2019, England Women tour of India
(41.1/50 ov, T:162) 162/3

IND Women won by 7 wickets (with 53 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match

Alex Hartley and Nat Sciver-Brunt's 42-run partnership is ENG-W's highest for the 10th wicket in WODIs, breaking the record of 41 between Shrubsole and Hazell

Match centre 
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Scorecard summary
England Women 161/10(43.3 overs)
India Women 162/3(41.1 overs)
47* (69)
1/28 (7.1)

3.32pm That's all from us at ESPNcricinfo. See you on the last day of February for the final ODI between the two sides. Till then, it's goodbye from all of us. Enjoy your monday!

3.25pm Time for the presentation.

Jhulan Goswami is the Player of the Match. She says, "My role was to give early breakthroughs and to stick to my plans, and I was happy to bowl in the right areas. Wanted to consistently do that, and hope the batsmen make an error too. When you're bowling in a Powerplay, then you need to have a second plan. Can't just use one stock ball, so was just trying to enjoy the bowling. As long as you're playing, nerves will always be there. It will always help you to do better."

Mithali Raj, the winning captain: "Wanted some of the young girls to get exposure, and even the spinners are enjoying here because outside India it's not easy for them. Playing at home, at 9am, the first half is very important even if you choose to bat. Later on, the wicket eases out, because the pitches here are well rolled. Form comes and goes for players, so important for players to do really well when they are in form. I was a bit disappointed with the 10th wicket partnership England got, but I guess, 150-odd, I knew we were always there."

Heather Knight, the losing captain: "We've lost too many wickets early in both games, and you can't win games when that happens. It was a used wicket so we thought of batting first because it is difficult to score on a used surface. It comes down to the 160, we didn't deserve to win from there. Props to Nat Sciver though, her innings doesn't deserve to be on the losing side. Laura Marsh got injured in game 1, so we've missed her spin bowling. But I don't think it's our bowlers fault to lose the game. We need to start better with the bat, we train brilliantly, so we just need to put up scores we are capable of."

Madhusudan Nawa: "Smriti is 22yrs 222 days old today"

3.16pm And what a convincing win this was for India. Their bowlers set the game up, and after that their batsmen displayed real confidence on a surface where the teams were playing for the second game in a row. The win means two championship points for India, who remain second on the points table. We'll be back soon with the presentation.

Jekin: "How does the format of ICC Women's championship work ?" -- top 4 teams get direct entry into the following World Cup. The rest take part in a qualifier

PRAVEEN KUMAR: "Absolutely Clinical Performance by India to Beat world Champions England.."

Mohd Irshad: "She 36 and at that age i have seen men struggling and saying bye to the game but she is not only playing for the country but winning it for us, Proud of you M Raj watching you from years and would love to continue doing so :)"

Elwiss to Raj, FOUR runs

full on off, and muscled over midwicket! India win by seven wickets

end of over 413 runs
IND-W: 158/3CRR: 3.85 RRR: 0.44
Mithali Raj43 (68b 7x4)
Deepti Sharma6 (29b)
Alex Hartley 6-0-29-0
Georgia Elwiss 7-1-24-1
Hartley to Raj, 1 run

full just outside off, and tapped away to cover

Hartley to Sharma, 1 run

full on off,and she skips down the wicket to swing across the line. Just clears mid-on

Hartley to Sharma, no run

length ball on off, and defended off the back foot towards midwicket

Hartley to Sharma, no run

length ball on off, and worked off her pads to square leg

Hartley to Sharma, no run

length ball, wide outside off, and she misses the sweep

Hartley to Raj, 1 run

full just outside off, and she tries to lift this over mid-off. Doesn't clear the fielder though

end of over 401 run
IND-W: 155/3CRR: 3.87 RRR: 0.70
Deepti Sharma5 (25b)
Mithali Raj41 (66b 7x4)
Georgia Elwiss 7-1-24-1
Katherine Sciver-Brunt 7-1-26-0
Elwiss to Sharma, no run
Elwiss to Sharma, no run

full and very wide outside off. Driven towards extra cover

Elwiss to Sharma, no run

length ball on off, and the leg-side clip gets an inside edge onto her pads

Elwiss to Raj, 1 run

length ball on leg, and nudged off her pads to fine leg for a single

Elwiss to Raj, no run

full and wide outside off, and cut away to deep point

Elwiss to Raj, no run

full just outside off, and worked away to the leg side

end of over 396 runs
IND-W: 154/3CRR: 3.94 RRR: 0.72
Deepti Sharma5 (22b)
Mithali Raj40 (63b 7x4)
Katherine Sciver-Brunt 7-1-26-0
Anya Shrubsole 8-2-23-2
K Sciver-Brunt to Sharma, no run

length ball on off, and worked off her pads to the leg side

K Sciver-Brunt to Sharma, no run

length ball, just outside off, and fended off the back foot

K Sciver-Brunt to Raj, 1 run

back of a length, wide outside off, and cut away to deep point

K Sciver-Brunt to Raj, no run

full and wide outside off, and driven away from her body to cover point

K Sciver-Brunt to Raj, FOUR runs

back of a length on off, and pulled along the ground! Exquisite stroke to the backward square boundary

K Sciver-Brunt to Sharma, 1 run

length ball, just outside off, and nudged away to point

end of over 383 runs
IND-W: 148/3CRR: 3.89 RRR: 1.16
Mithali Raj35 (60b 6x4)
Deepti Sharma4 (19b)
Anya Shrubsole 8-2-23-2
Katherine Sciver-Brunt 6-1-20-0
Shrubsole to Raj, no run

length ball on middle, and fended off the front foot

Match details
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
TossEngland Women, elected to bat first
Player Of The Match
Series resultIndia Women led the 3-match series 2-0
Match numberWODI no. 1146
Match days25 February 2019 - day (50-over match)
TV Umpire
Match Referee
PointsIndia Women 2, England Women 0