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India (W) vs AUS Women, 2nd Semi-Final at Derby, , Jul 20 2017 - Full Scorecard

2nd Semi-Final, Derby, July 20, 2017, ICC Women's World Cup
(42/42 ov) 281/4
(40.1/42 ov, T:282) 245

India (W) won by 36 runs

Player Of The Match
171* (115)
India (W) Innings
AUS Women Innings
India Women  (42 ovs maximum)
c Villani b Schutt66310100.00
c Mooney b Gardner1426362053.84
b Beams3661892059.01
not out 171115143207148.69
b Villani2535721071.42
not out 16101320160.00
Extras(lb 3, nb 1, w 9)13
TOTAL42 Ov (RR: 6.69)281/4
Fall of wickets: 1-6 (Smriti Mandhana, 0.6 ov), 2-35 (Punam Raut, 9.2 ov), 3-101 (Mithali Raj, 24.6 ov), 4-238 (Deepti Sharma, 38.4 ov)
0.6 to S Mandhana, Sixth straight sub-15 score for Mandhana.She has tapered off after a strong start to the tournament. Schutt offers width outside off but this isn't short enough for a leg-side pull. Mandhana doesn't go for a full-blooded pull either. She does a bit of this, a bit of that, and lobs a leading edge to cover. The ball stopped a touch on Mandhana, but the shot was not on. The ball pitched on a good length. Dolly catch. Perfect start for Australia. 6/1
9.2 to PG Raut, Gardner strikes with her second ball, has Raut holing out to deep midwicket. Low-percentage shot from Raut. She charges down the track but does not get close to the pitch. She has a heave-ho at it. Drags it across the line to Mooney. 35/2
24.6 to M Raj, gets her this time. An error. Beams beat her in flight and trajectory. Was flatter, and quicker. Raj went back, looking for a cut, because she thinks it's short enough. It was, but it wasn't wide. Drifted in with the angle and knocked into middle stump. Not a good shot. She was looking really good for another fifty. 101/3
38.4 to DB Sharma, slog and miss. A slower, straight ball, on off. Deepti misses her wild slog and the ball finds off stump. Quite a good knock that, played her role well.. 238/4
Australia Women  (T: 282 runs from 42 ovs)
c & b Sharma1422301063.63
b Pandey1540020.00
b Goswami0813000.00
c †Verma b Pandey3856863067.85
c Mandhana b Gayakwad755862130129.31
b Sharma905670103160.71
c Pandey b Goswami51091050.00
c Raj b Poonam Yadav1350033.33
run out (Goswami)11300100.00
c Goswami b Sharma2470050.00
not out 1118300061.11
Extras(lb 1, w 6)7
TOTAL40.1 Ov (RR: 6.09)245
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Beth Mooney, 1.2 ov), 2-9 (Meg Lanning, 4.5 ov), 3-21 (Nicole Bolton, 7.2 ov), 4-126 (Elyse Villani, 23.1 ov), 5-140 (Ellyse Perry, 26.1 ov), 6-148 (Alyssa Healy, 28.3 ov), 7-152 (Ashleigh Gardner, 29.4 ov), 8-154 (Jess Jonassen, 30.2 ov), 9-169 (Megan Schutt, 32.3 ov), 10-245 (Alex Blackwell, 40.1 ov)
4.5 to MM Lanning, This is another contender for the ball of the tournament! Wooah! Jhulan lets out a roar. Back of a length, angled in, then straightens away late to square up Lanning - one of the best batsmen going around - and hit the top of off stump. Lanning gone for a duck. 9/2
28.3 to AJ Healy, another one, and that should be the game done. Goswami goes full, and straight. Healy wants to go over mid-on, more straighter than that actually, which isn't a bad idea. But the bat handle turns in her hands and all she does is skew a drive to mid-on.. 148/6
1.2 to BL Mooney, bowled'em. This is a rippaaah. Full around leg stump, seams away late, Mooney dares to play across the line, against the movement. She falls over and misses the ball. Pandey bursts through the gate and hits the top of off stump. Cracking start for India. Ian Bishop calls it the "ball of the tournament". 4/1
26.1 to EA Perry, Shikha returns and nabs Perry. Soft, soft dismissal. Nice and full outside off, bounces a touch. Perry looks to run it through the vacant slip cordon. Instead, she runs it straight into the gloves of Verma. 140/5
7.2 to NE Bolton, Deepti draws a return catch with her second ball. Australia three down inside eight overs. This was liberally tossed up just outside off, Bolton steps out, but the ball dips, creating distance between the bat and the pitch. She wound up chipping it to the right of the bowler. Deepti takes it with both hands. 21/3
32.3 to M Schutt, nine down and India are on the verge. Makes that catch look incredibly easy. Flight on leg, Schutt runs down, looking to hit that over midwicket, but can't get enough power behind that. Like the well-drilled team they are, Goswami doesn't panic and takes the catch low in front of her.. 169/9
40.1 to AJ Blackwell, that's that. India are through to the World Cup final, they've beaten the World Champions Australia by 36 runs. A flat straight, skiddy delivery goes past Blackwell's heave. Knocks over leg stump.. 245/10
23.1 to EJ Villani, taken this time. Massive wicket. Slow down leg, Villani rushes to the pitch, but she got too close to the ball this time. That meant she was unable to get sufficient room underneath the ball. Hits that hard but finds mid-on. A fine reverse-cupped catch from Mandhana under pressure. 126/4
29.4 to A Gardner, another one goes. Australia imploding. This should definitely be the game. Short and wide outside off, a lot more spin than Gardner expected. She wanted to cut but had to check her shot after seeing so much spin. All she can do is chip a catch to cover.. 152/7
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TossIndia Women, elected to bat first
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Series resultIndia Women advanced
Match numberWODI no. 1084
Hours of play (local time)10.30 start, First Session 10.30-13.40, Interval 13.40-14.10, Second Session 14.10-17.20
Match days20 July 2017 - day (50-over match)
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