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Four Australians made the team, including Player of the Tournament Alyssa Healy, the wicketkeeper-cum-opening batter who slammed a record 170 from just 138 balls in the final against England on Sunday.
The result ends Bangladesh's slim hopes of securing a semi-final berth, although the Tigers pushed the six-time champions hard in a match where innings were reduced to 43 overs because of the weather.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Lanning's 97 helps Australia pull off record chase against India, seal semi-final spot
Australia collected their fifth win in as many games after pulling off the highest chase in World Cup history to become the first team to qualify for the semis in the ongoing tournament.
Sophie Ecclestone of England leads the chart for best bowlers in T20Is.
India vs Australia: Smriti Mandhana says she got lucky with the no ball while batting in 1st innings
Mandhana, who scored 127 off 216 balls, survived at the personal score of 80 when she sliced a full Ellyse Perry delivery straight to Beth Mooney at point but the bowler overstepped giving her a reprieve.
As per rules of multi-format series, both teams settled for two points. The series score stands at 6-4 in Australia's favour.
Twitter was abuzz as India pulled off a stunning chase and snapped Australia's unbeaten run.
Chasing a competitive 265, Verma scored 56 off 91 balls, while Bhatia hit an aggressive 64 off 69 deliveries with the help of nine boundaries to lay the foundation of the visitors' win.
India take on Australia in the third one-day internationals in Mackay, Queensland. Know all the details related to the 3rd India vs Australia ODI here.
How captain Mithali Raj, who herself is facing the heat because of her pedestrian strike-rate, would manage to lift the team is the big question.
India vs Australia: Smriti Mandhana plays down controversy around waist-high no-ball, says 'very hard to judge'
Mandhana, who made a 94-ball 86 to help India post 274 for 7 in 50 overs, said she was happy to be back among the runs.
'The streak lives on': Twitter reacts to Australia's win over Indian in drama-filled last-over thriller
Here's how Twitter reacted to Australia's win over India in the second ODI
India has reduced Australia to 52/4 inside 16 overs but Mooney, with an unbeaten 125, stunned the visitors in the third-highest chase of all-time in women's cricket by knocking off a target of 275.
ICC T20I rankings: Shafali Verma consolidates top spot; Rajeshwari Gayakwad moves up to career-best 13th
Verma's opening partner Smriti Mandhana, with whom she was associated in a decisive 96-run stand, has gained one spot and is sixth after her unbeaten 48 off 28 deliveries.
The 17-year-old, who grabbed the top position for the first time after helping her side reach the knockout phase of the T20 World Cup last year in Australia, has leapfrogged Australia's Beth Mooney with scores of 23 and 47.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 Stats Review: From Mooney's batting records to Pandey's most expensive spell, all the key numbers
We take a look at some of the most significant records broken and created during the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020
Shafali Verma on Monday lost the top spot in the ICC women's T20 International rankings as she slipped to third after managing only two runs in the World Cup final against Australia in Melbourne.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Poonam Yadav lone Indian in team of tournament dominated by champions Australia
Five players from Australia's victorious team made the side of the tournament. Defending champions Australia claimed their fifth title following an 85-run triumph over first-time finalists India on Sunday in Melbourne.
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Australia show why they are the numero uno side with fifth title triumph
Australia's exceptional win and their domination of the women's game is a testimony to the kind of talent at their disposal and the supreme skill levels of their players.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: India captain Harmanpreet Kaur says Shafali Verma shouldn't be blamed for dropped catch of Alyssa Healy
Unbeaten throughout the tournament, India were outplayed in all departments of the games by the defending champions Australia who clinched their fifth title