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A video of members of the Indian women’s cricket team performing the “Tum Tum” dance has gone viral

In preparation for the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup, the Indian women’s cricket team is currently in South Africa competing in a Twenty20 International Tri-Series. The tournament will begin later this month.

India’s preparation for the big event includes participation in this series. The women’s cricket team, which is led by Harmanpreet Kaur and has a significant challenge ahead of them, decided to spend some of their downtime participating in the “Tum Tum” dance craze.

It was possible to make out a number of cricket players, notably Jemimah Rodrigues, dancing to the music.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) team Mumbai Indians, who has just just purchased a side in the BCCI-backed Women’s Premier League, published the video on its Instagram handle with the description “Slaying the trend.”

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of the Indian women’s Twenty20 team, stated not long ago that the accomplishments of the Indian women’s Under-19 team in South Africa will serve as an additional source of motivation for her squad as they compete in the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup beginning on February 10.

On Sunday, India defeated England to take home the title of champions of the Women’s U-19 T20 World Cup. Additionally, South Africa will play host to the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup.

“The victory of the Under-19 team serves as an additional source of motivation. It is a tremendous accomplishment to win any world championship, but to do so in a competition that was being held for the first time ever will ensure that the victory is one that is never forgotten.

I would like to congratulate the team on their historic victory and I hope that we will be able to match their performance in the senior competition “in her piece for ICC, Harmanpreet stated the following.

Despite making it to the final three times, India has never been able to win a world title at the senior level.

She wrote in her article that “We have senior players as well as young guns like Shafali Verma and Richa Ghosh, who are fresh from the Indian team’s victory at the Under-19 World Cup, play an attractive brand of cricket, and now also have enough experience of top-class cricket.” These two players were recently part of the Indian team that won the Under-19 World Cup.

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