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.
Teen batting sensation Shafali Verma rises to top of ICC Women's T20I rankings; England's Sophie Ecclestone leads bowlers' chart
Shafali Verma become only the second India batswoman after Mithali Raj to top the Women’s T20I batting rankings.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Nat Sciver's composed half-century sees England ease past West Indies into semi-finals
All-rounder Sciver picked up from where she had left off in the last game to score her third half-century of the tournament and help England post 143 for five on a tricky pitch
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Heather Knight's whirlwind ton helps England hammer Thailand by record 98-run margin
Captain Heather Knight's maiden T20 International century helped England notch up a record-breaking 98-run victory over debutants Thailand in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Canberra on Wednesday.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Mignon du Preez, Dane van Niekerk seal South Africa's nervy victory over England
Mignon du Preez celebrated her 100th T20I appearance in style by hitting back-to-back boundaries to help South Africa beat England in their ICC Women's T20 World Cup opener.
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.
ICC Women's World Cup final 2017: England's win, India's loss won't matter; the game has changed forever
It was different. It was intense. It was a real World Cup final.