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Women T20 World Cup

Australian players celebrate their win over India in the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australian players celebrate their win over India in the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australia's Megan Schutt, center, is congratulated by teammates after taking the wicket of India's Shikha Pandey during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australian players celebrate after defeating India in the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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India's Harmanpreet Kaur walks off after she was caught out by Australia's Ashleigh Gardner during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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India's Veda Krishnamurthy, center, plays a shot past Australia's Alyssa Healy, left, during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australia's Jess Jonassen, left, clebrates with teammate Delissa Kimmince after catching out India's Veda Krishnamurthy during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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India's Richa Ghosh, right, plays a shot past Australia's Alyssa Healy during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australia's Jess Jonassen catches out India's Veda Krishnamurthy during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australian players clelebrate the wicket of India's Jemimah Rodrigues during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australia's Delissa Kimmince, left, checks on India's Tanya Bhatia, center, after she was hit in the head by a delivery during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australia's Megan Schutt, second left celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of India's Shafali Verma during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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India's Shafali Verma walks off after losing her wicket to Australia's Megan Schutt during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Katy Perry performs before the start of the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match between Australia and India in Melbourne.

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Australia's Meg Lanning walks off after losing her wicket to India during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Indian players celebrate the wicket of Australia's Meg Lanning during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match in Melbourne.

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Australia's Beth Mooney lifts her bat after scoring 50 runs during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match against India in Melbourne.

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Australia's Alyssa Healy, left, drives the ball in front of India's Tanya Bhatia during the Women T20 World Cup cricket final match against India in Melbourne.

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Katy Perry performs before the start of the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match between Australia and India in Melbourne.

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Katy Perry performs before the start of the Women's T20 World Cup cricket final match against Between Australia and India in Melbourne.

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Australian teammates celebrate after winning their Women's T20 World Cup cricket semifinal match against South Africa in Sydney

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South Africa's Nadine de Klerk appeals unsuccessfully for an LBW against Australia's Meg Lanning during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket semifinal match between South Africa and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia

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Australian teammates celebrate after winning their Women's T20 World Cup cricket semifinal match against South Africa in Sydney.

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South Africa's Nadine de Klerk, centre, is congratulated by teammate Trisha Chetty, right, after taking the wicket of Australia's Ashleigh Gardner during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket semifinal match between South Africa and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia.

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A worker stands under an umbrella as rain falls on the Sydney Cricket Ground delaying the start of the Women's T20 World Cup cricket semifinal matches in Sydney.

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Australia's Alyssa Healy hits the ball to the boundary while batting during the Women's T20 World Cup cricket semifinal match between South Africa and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia.

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England's Mady Villiers, center, is congratulated by teammates after she caught and bowled West Indies' Shemaine Campbelle during their Women's T20 World Cup cricket match in Sydney

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West Indies' Stafanie Taylor, bottom, is moved onto a stretcher after an injury during their Women's T20 World Cup cricket match against England in Sydney.

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South Africa's Mignon du Preez hits a boundary against Pakistan during their Women's T20 World Cup cricket match in Sydney

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Indian batswoman Shafali Verma during the group stage ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 match between India and Sri Lanka at the Junction Oval in Melbourne, Australia.

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Sri Lankan batswoman Athapaththu during the group stage ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 match between India and Sri Lanka at the Junction Oval in Melbourne, Australia.

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Indian Women Cricket team opener Shafali Verma in action during the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup match against New Zealand, in Melbourne.

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Indian bowler Poonam Yadav celebrates after dismissing a Bangladesh batswoman in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup, in Perth, Australia.

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In this photo sourced from ICC, Indian batswoman Shafali Verma plays a shot during the ICC Women's T20 Cricket World Cup match between India and Bangladesh at WACA in Perth, Australia.

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The Indian team celebrate the wicket of Australia's Ashleigh Gardner in the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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India's Poonam Yadav, left, celebrates with teammate Harmanpreet Kaur after taking the wicket of Australia's Jess Jonassen during the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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Australia's Rachael Haynes, left, turns to see she is stumped by India's Tanya Bhatia during the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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India's Jemimah Rodrigues, right, slides to make her ground as Australia's Delissa Kimmince attempts a runout during the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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India's Smriti Mandhana hits a boundary off Australia during the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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Dancers juggle giant cricket balls before the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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India's Shafali Verma, right, drives the ball for 4 runs as Australia's Alyssa Healy watches during the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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Smriti Mandhana, left, guides the ball past Alyssa Healy during the first game of the Women's T20 Cricket World Cup in Sydney.

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Cricket captains Meg Lanning of Australia, left, and Harmanpreet Kaur of India pose for a photo with the trophy ahead of the Women's T20 World Cup in Sydney. The tournament begins with a game between Australia and India, Friday, Feb. 21.

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The captains of the 10 countries participating in the Women's T20 World Cup pose fore a photo with the trophy in Sydney. The tournament begins Friday, Feb. 21. From left to right are, Sornnarin Tippoch of Thailand, Stafanie Taylor of West Indies, Harmanpreet Kaur of India, Sophie Devine, of New Zealand, Meg Lanning of Australia, Heather Knight of England, Salma Khatun of Bangladesh. Chamari Atapattu of Sri Lanka, Bismah Maroof of Pakistan and Dane van Niekerk of South Africa.

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Cricket captains Meg Lanning of Australia, left, and Harmanpreet Kaur of India pose for a photo with the trophy ahead of the Women's T20 World Cup in Sydney. The tournament begins with a game between Australia and India, Friday, Feb. 21.

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The captains of the 10 countries participating in the Women's T20 World Cup pose fore a photo looking at the Sydney skyline. The tournament begins Friday, Feb. 21. From left to right are, Sornnarin Tippoch of Thailand, Stafanie Taylor of West Indies, Harmanpreet Kaur of India, Sophie Devine, of New Zealand, Meg Lanning of Australia, Heather Knight of England, Salma Khatun of Bangladesh. Chamari Atapattu of Sri Lanka, Bismah Maroof of Pakistan and Dane van Niekerk of South Africa.

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The captains of the 10 countries participating in the Women's T20 World Cup pose fore a photo in Sydney. The tournament begins Friday, Feb. 21. From left to right are, Sornnarin Tippoch of Thailand, Harmanpreet Kaur of India, Sophie Devine, of New Zealand, Stafanie Taylor, of West Indies, Meg Lanning of Australia, Chamari Atapattu of Sri Lanka, Dane van Niekerk of South Africa, Heather Knight of England, Salma Khatun of Bangladesh and Bismah Maroof of Pakistan.

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The captains of the 10 countries participating in the Women's T20 World Cup pose fore a photo with the trophy in Sydney. The tournament begins Friday, Feb. 21. From left to right are, Sornnarin Tippoch of Thailand, Stafanie Taylor of West Indies, Harmanpreet Kaur of India, Sophie Devine, of New Zealand, Meg Lanning of Australia, Heather Knight of England, Salma Khatun of Bangladesh. Chamari Atapattu of Sri Lanka, Bismah Maroof of Pakistan and Dane van Niekerk of South Africa.

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