Young opener Shafali Verma smashed a 34-ball 46 but India frittered away a solid start to post a below-par 133 for eight after being put into bat. However a spirited fight by Indian bowlers saw them restricting the opposition to 129 for six. INDIA WIN A THRILLER!#T20WorldCup semi-final!#INDvNZ | #T20WorldCuphttps://t.co/FOcEv7TSQx pic.twitter.com/5bisscAHxA — ICC (@ICC) February 27, 2020 16-year-old Shafali once again provided the fireworks as India scored 49 for one in the powerplay overs. “I was happy with the performance and wanted to give a good start at the powerplay. I waited for the loose balls which is my strength and it paid off today. I practised a lot with the boys and I want to thank my dad and all the boys at the practice who helped me train well in batting,” said Shafali, who was adjudged the Player of the Match. India later lost six wickets for 43 runs to squander the good start. Smriti Mandhana (11), who returned to the playing XI after missing the last match due to illness, departed early when he dragged a Lea Tahuhu delivery on to the stumps in the third over. However, Shafali and Taniya (23) kept the scoreboard ticking, adding… Read full this story
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