India Senior Women’s T20 Team | World Cup Records & Stats
India senior women’s T20 team produced its best performance in the T20 World Cup history three years ago. The ‘Women in Blue’ reached the competition’s final for the first time. Despite heavy defeat in the final, the Indian eves had won the hearts of cricket fans across India.
India Senior Women’s T20 – Thrice Semi-finalists
In its first T20 World Cup appearance, India reached the last four. The then-Jhulan Goswami-captained side lost their tournament opener against England. But victories over Pakistan and Sri Lanka saw them reach the semi-final.
The knockout clash didn’t go India’s way as New Zealand cruised to a 52-run win. India also reached the semi-finals in the 2010 and 2018 editions.
Women’s T20 World Cup – A Hat-Trick Of Disasters
India Senior Women’s T20 – Runner-up
The semi-final clash with England was abandoned, and India qualified courtesy of securing more points than England in the group stage. Australia was India’s opponent in the final. At MCG, Australia took revenge for the opening round loss and won its fifth World Cup title.
India’s Performance in Women’s T20 World Cups
India Senior Women’s T20 – World Cup Stats
Most Runs by an Indian in Women’s T20 World Cup (Top 5)
Leg-spinner Poonam Yadav tops India’s wicket charts in the women’s T20 World Cup with 28 wickets. She was the joint-most wicket-taker among spinners in the 2020 World Cup. With 14 wickets, Radha Yadav is second on the list. The 22-year-old took a memorable 4/23 against Sri Lanka in the last World Cup.
Most Wickets by an Indian in Women’s T20 World Cup (Top 5)
Indian Senior Women’s T20 2022
Team India suffered a defeat in the lone T20I against New Zealand and lost a WT20I series against England and Australia.
2022 India Senior Women’s T20 Stats
- Most Runs: Smriti Mandhana (594 runs)
- Most Sixes: Shafali Verma (15 sixes)
- Highest Individual Score: Smriti Mandhana (79* vs England)
- Most Wickets: Deepti Sharma (29 wickets)
- Best Bowling Figures: Renuka Singh (4/10 vs Barbados)
- Four-wicket Hauls: Renuka Singh (2)
India reached the semi-finals in 2018 and finished runner-up in the last World Cup. Will Harmanpreet Kaur-led team India bring home the women’s T20 world cup 2023 title? Find all the latest updates on the Women’s T20 World Cup on Yolo247 news.
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