ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: From Alyssa Healy's six-hitting prowess to Shafali Verma's dismissal, moments where India lost the final
Once Healy was done with her pyrokinetic adventures, Mooney stayed put till the end to prevent a batting collapse, for that was the only way India could have come back into the match
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: With spectre of rain looming, here's what India need to do against England
India beat both Australia and New Zealand (and two others) to top the points table at the 2018 T20 World Cup and make it to the semi-final. Then they played England, and ended up losing a one-sided contest. On Thursday, things may turn out to be different.
Women's cricket in 2019: From embarrassingly low scores in T20Is to Ellyse Perry's and Australia's utter dominance, review of the year
Dubiously low scores were a feature at the ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier in Scotland this year, where Bangladesh and Thailand emerged on top of the pile to book their tickets to Australia
Deepti Sharma, Poonam Yadav drop one rung in ICC T20I bowlers rankings; India hold on to fourth spot
India continued to hold on to the fourth position in the ICC Women's T20I Team Ranking.
Sri Lanka women vs England women: Visitors sweep T20I series with 96-run thrashing, record 10th consecutive limited-overs win
England Women smashed over 200 runs for only the second time in a Twenty20 International as they beat Sri Lanka to complete a 3-0 series whitewash in Colombo on Thursday.
Women's World T20 2018: Lack of incisiveness with ball, inexperience and selection blunder cost India chance at ultimate glory
Inexperience, tactical issues and, in hindsight, a selection blunder saw India crash out in the semi-final of the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 against England
Women's World T20 2018: Middle-order, bowlers flunk in semi-final report card as Harmanpreet Kaur and Co end tournament on grim note
Here is our report card from the semi-final encounter of Women's World T20, where Harmanpreet Kaur-led Indian side came second best against a well-oiled England outfit.
India's dreams of winning a maiden global title lay in tatters after a questionable omission and an inexplicable batting collapse saw them crash to an eight-wicket defeat against England in the semi-finals of the ICC Women's World T20.
After India spinners restricted England to a modest 201/9, opener Smriti Mandhana (53 retired-hurt), Mithali and Deepti Sharma (54 not-out) ensured that the hosts crossed the line with 4.4 overs to spare.
Women's T20I Tri-series: Australia's depth and versatility helped them to title victory and dominance over England, India
The Australian women’s team showed that ruthless wins can be achieved without a “pack of dogs” mentality, against two teams they had scores to settle with.