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India reaches its first-ever Commonwealth Games cricket final, sparking wild celebrations

At the Commonwealth Games that are now taking place, India, headed by Harmanpreet Kaur, achieved victory over England in the semi-final match to go to the gold medal match.

At the Commonwealth Games that are currently taking place, Harmanpreet Kaur’s Team India defeated England in the semi-finals to advance to the gold medal match. Spinner Sneh Rana held her own in the final over as she guarded 14 runs, which was a key factor in Team India’s success. When Rana was due to bowl the final over, the outcome of the match was all but decided, and England needed 11 runs to win. And India was aware that they had won by one delivery to spare, with the equation coming down to 11 runs off just one ball. The final ball was hit for a six by Sophie Ecclestone, but it didn’t matter because Team India had already won the competition. The players were really pleased with themselves because they had assured themselves at least a silver medal.

Everyone on the squad met in the middle to offer congratulations to one another, and there was obvious joy on everyone’s face.

After this, the gold medal match between Team India and either Australia or New Zealand will take place on Sunday.

Smriti Mandhana’s blistering stroke of 61 runs off 32 deliveries helped India achieve a score of 164/5 in their first innings of the match against England. This was partly due to the fact that India batted first in the match. In addition to that, Jemimah Rodrigues contributed by scoring 44 runs without being defeated.

Sneh Rana & Deepti Sharma were the main players with the ball when they were defending 165. Between the two of them, they grabbed three wickets, making them the most effective bowlers.

Sneh Rana stood out in particular as a result of the fact that she bowled the important overs at the end of the game. Nat Sciver had the highest score for England with 41 runs scored during the match.

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