India pacer Shikha Pandey bamboozled Australia batter, Alyssa Healy, with a swinging delivery during the second T20I match. Relive the dismissal here.
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India lost to Australia by four wickets in the second women's T20 International in Gold Coast on Saturday, after the batters struggled and could manage only 118 for nine.
India women failed to defend 118/9 as Australia women reached the target with five balls to spare.
Australia women vs India women T20 series can be seen live on TV as well as on digital devices. Check match and telecast details of 2nd T20 match here.
India, who came into the game with only two practice sessions with pink-ball, outplayed the Australians in all departments. It was the first time in 15 years that two teams played a Test.
Australia women are still behind by 234 on the first innings and need 85 more runs to avoid the follow-on against India women.
Punam Raut walked off after a caught behind appeal despite the umpire not entertaining Alyssa Healy and Meg Lanning's loud shouts.
India were 276 for five in 101.5 overs when lightning forced the players indoors some time after the dinner break, meaning more than a session's play was wasted due to inclement weather.
Stumps have been drawn on Day 1 of the one-off day-night pink-ball Test match between Australia Women and India Women due to incessant rains. This is Indian women's second Test of the year.
India and Australia last played a Test in 2006 with only Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami featuring in that game among the current players on both sides.
India and Australia Women last played a Test in Adelaide in 2006 in which Australia won convincingly.
With the 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Australia and ODI series to follow, the team has got very little time to prepare for the Test, beginning on Thursday.
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In the end, the difference was the execution of the powerplays. South Africa smashed 42 runs, losing just the one wicket, while Australia could manage only 27, and lost their top three batsmen.
Faf scored 27 off 15 with the help of four fours. The visitors made 108 for six. Maxwell took a wicket from his two overs, conceding 12 runs.
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New Zealand's Ajaz Patel bowls during the day three of their second test cricket match with India in Mumbai.AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool
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