At the Brabourne Cricket Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday, the fourth women’s Twenty20 international took place. Australia defeated India by seven runs, securing their victory in the series.
India’s innings came to an end after 20 overs with a total score of 181, and its skipper, Harmanpreet Kaur, had the highest score with 46 runs off 30 balls.
Earlier, Ellyse Perry had the highest score in the match with 72 not out, and Ashleigh Gardner contributed 42 runs as Australia reached 188 for 3 when they were given the opportunity to bat.
After India’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur made the decision to bowl, Deepti Sharma and Radha Yadav both contributed to the team’s success by taking wickets.
Prior to then, Australia had previously triumphed in the first and third Twenty20 Internationals, while India prevailed in the second match. Australia’s score after 20 overs was 188 for 3, with Ellyse Perry not out for 72 and Ashleigh Gardner scoring 42; Deepti Sharma taking 2 wickets.
India’s total score was 181 after 20 overs (Harmanpreet Kaur scored 46, and Richa Ghosh scored 40 not out; Ashleigh Gardner and Alana King each took two wickets).