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History of India on Bangladesh Victory Day

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Today is the Great Victory Day. Today is the 52nd anniversary of the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent state. In all parts of the country, various arrangements are being made to pay tribute to lakhs of martyrs. Bangladesh Cricket Board has organized the match between Shahid Jewell XI vs Shahid Mushtaq XI today like every year.

Bangladesh’s special day will also be remembered in Indian sports from today. India’s women’s cricket team beat England today with a world record.

Before the start of the Mumbai Test, everyone was saying that India is the favorite against England for the first time. Harmanpreet Kaur is playing at home. The only shortcoming of India, who have been playing great for the past few days, is that they are not very regular in Test cricket.

But India won the match on the first day in Mumbai. India conceded 41 runs on the first day with aggressive batting. Sathish Shubha, Jemimah Rodriguez, Jastika Bhatia and Deepti Sharma’s fifties ended India’s first innings at 428 runs. Deepti Sharma’s spin took England’s breath away on the second day. Deepti’s 5 wickets for just 7 runs reduced England to 136 runs.

Batting in the second innings, the host team ended the innings yesterday with 186 runs for 6 wickets in 42 overs.

England’s target for victory is 479 runs. This is the record for the highest goal in women’s cricket. The previous record was 410 runs. Sri Lanka threw this target at Pakistan in 1998. However, the women’s Test chasing record is not even close to this goal. In 2011, Australia won by chasing 198 runs against England.

England achieved world record targets in boys and girls cricket today in the first session. England all out for 131 runs in just 27.3 overs. This time 4 wickets for 32 runs by Deepti. India won by a record 347 runs. Sri Lanka’s 309-run win over Pakistan is now two.


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