Shafali Verma, Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Women's T20 World Cup Group A match

Here are the best photos from India's 18-run win over Bangladesh in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup.

FirstCricket Staff February 24, 2020 21:51:55 IST
Shafali Verma, Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Women's T20 World Cup Group A match
Shafali Verma Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Womens T20 World Cup Group A match

Bangladesh won the toss and put India to bat. Shafali Verma and Taniya Bhatia walk out to open the Indian innings. ICC Media

Shafali Verma Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Womens T20 World Cup Group A match

Shafali Verma impressed once again with a blistering knock of 39 off just 17 balls, which included two fours and four sixes. ICC Media

Shafali Verma Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Womens T20 World Cup Group A match

Bangladesh players finally got the breakthrough, dismissing Shafali Verma in the sixth over at a time when she was looking well-settled. ICC Media

Shafali Verma Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Womens T20 World Cup Group A match

Sultana Joty successfully runs out Jemimah Rodrigues for 34 runs. India finished their innings at 142-6. ICC Media

Shafali Verma Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Womens T20 World Cup Group A match

Fahima Khatun in action during Bangladesh's run-chase. ICC Media

Shafali Verma Poonam Yadav help India see off Bangladesh in second Womens T20 World Cup Group A match

There was nothing much special about Bangladesh's batting during their chase. In fact, spinner Poonam Yadav shone once again with figures of 3/18 as India beat Bangladesh by 18 runs to clinch their second win in the ongoing ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020. Twitter @T20WorldCup

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