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India ladies’s workforce captain Harmanpreet Kaur stated the facet “forcefully played” in moist circumstances within the first T20 International towards England right here, leading to a nine-wicket defeat for the vacationers. India defeated England on the Commonwealth Games semi-final only a month in the past, however the T20 collection didn’t begin effectively for them on Saturday evening.
“We were not able to get the runs we were expecting. I just feel we forcefully played because conditions were not 100 percent fit to play,” Harmanpreet stated after the match.
However, the Indian skipper backed her teammates and added that regardless of the moist circumstances which may have resulted in accidents anytime, everybody within the workforce continued to present their greatest.
“Still I am happy the way girls put the effort because when there are chances to get injured but they are ready to play.
“That’s what you should have team-mates within the workforce (for) who can rating in no matter circumstances and I’m glad the best way we put our efforts,” she further said.
India also ended up losing a key member of the side when Radha Yadav’s diving effort in the second over of England’s chase resulted in a shoulder injury and the latter left the field in pain.
The 23-year-old’s sudden departure from the field meant that India were short of a bowler who could have turned things around for the visitors.
“I do know it was not 100% circumstances to play cricket and nonetheless we had been placing efforts.
“I know the ground was too wet and there were so many chances to get injured and one of our players got injured also. She was our main bowler and that’s why we were lacking,” Harmanpreet famous.
“We were one bowler short and the way we were trying to put efforts (meant a lot),” she stated. “I am really happy girls were coming forward to give 100%,” she added.
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