England's title triumph, Harmanpreet Kaur's blitz and other defining moments from Women's World Cup 2017

Catch all the best moments from the Women's World Cup 2017, including England winning the title and Harmanpreet Kaur's stunning century.

FP Sports July 24, 2017 23:17:39 IST
England beat India by nine runs in a tense, thrilling final of the Women's World Cup 2017 at the Lord's on Sunday. It was England's fourth World Cup title. Reuters
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England beat India by nine runs in a tense, thrilling final of the Women's World Cup 2017 at the Lord's on Sunday. It was England's fourth World Cup title. Reuters
England captain Heather Knight kisses the Women's World Cup. England took advantage of a collapse by India to win the final. Reuters
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England captain Heather Knight kisses the Women's World Cup. England took advantage of a collapse by India to win the final. Reuters
England's Anya Shrubsole celebrates the wicket of India's Rajeshwari Gayakwad in the the final of the Women's World Cup at the Lord's. Gayakwad was the last to fall in, which allowed England to win their fourth world title. Reuters
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England's Anya Shrubsole celebrates the wicket of India's Rajeshwari Gayakwad in the the final of the Women's World Cup at the Lord's. Gayakwad was the last to fall in, which allowed England to win their fourth world title. Reuters
Jhulan Goswami (L) and her teammates look dejected after falling at the last hurdle, though they certainly made the country proud with their performance in the tournament. Reuters
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Jhulan Goswami (L) and her teammates look dejected after falling at the last hurdle, though they certainly made the country proud with their performance in the tournament. Reuters
Jhulan Goswami, the highest wicket-taker in ODIs among women, put up a fine show of pace bowling, taking 3/23 runs in her 10 overs, including the important wicket of Sarah Taylor. Reuters
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Jhulan Goswami, the highest wicket-taker in ODIs among women, put up a fine show of pace bowling, taking 3/23 runs in her 10 overs, including the important wicket of Sarah Taylor. Reuters
India registered a fantastic 36-run win in the semi-finals over favourites and six-time world champions Australia. This was after the 8-wicket loss to the Australians earlier in the tournament. Reuters
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India registered a fantastic 36-run win in the semi-finals over favourites and six-time world champions Australia. This was after the 8-wicket loss to the Australians earlier in the tournament. Reuters
The star of the semi-final for India was Harmanpreet Kaur, who played an absolutely stunning 171 off 115 balls, studded with seven sixes and 20 fours. AP
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The star of the semi-final for India was Harmanpreet Kaur, who played an absolutely stunning 171 off 115 balls, studded with seven sixes and 20 fours. AP
South Africa’s Lizelle Lee attempts to run out England’s Tammy Beaumont in the first semi-final of the Women's World Cup. England fended off a spirited South Africa by two wickets to move to the finals. Reuters
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South Africa’s Lizelle Lee attempts to run out England’s Tammy Beaumont in the first semi-final of the Women's World Cup. England fended off a spirited South Africa by two wickets to move to the finals. Reuters
Indian captain Mithali Raj in action in a virtual knockout game against New Zealand. Raj fashioned India's win in that match with a sublime 109 and took India to the semis. Reuters
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Indian captain Mithali Raj in action in a virtual knockout game against New Zealand. Raj fashioned India's win in that match with a sublime 109 and took India to the semis. Reuters
West Indies' Anisa Mohammed attempts to run out England captain Heather Knight. Knight scored a fine 67 and England won the match by 92 runs. Reuters
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West Indies' Anisa Mohammed attempts to run out England captain Heather Knight. Knight scored a fine 67 and England won the match by 92 runs. Reuters
Australia's Meg Lanning in action against India in a group match. Lanning scored an attractive 76 not out to power Australia to a win. Reuters
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Australia's Meg Lanning in action against India in a group match. Lanning scored an attractive 76 not out to power Australia to a win. Reuters
South Africa's Dane van Niekerk celebrates taking the wicket of India's Harmanpreet Kaur in a group match. India suffered a massive 115-run defeat to the Proteas. Reuters
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South Africa's Dane van Niekerk celebrates taking the wicket of India's Harmanpreet Kaur in a group match. India suffered a massive 115-run defeat to the Proteas. Reuters
Ekta Bisht celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Iram Javed with teammates. Bisht was in tremendous form against Pakistan, taking 5/18 and fashioning India's 95-run victory. Reuters
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Ekta Bisht celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Iram Javed with teammates. Bisht was in tremendous form against Pakistan, taking 5/18 and fashioning India's 95-run victory. Reuters