Women’s WC: Australia’s women’s team became the world champion, defeating England by 71 runs in the final

Australia women’s cricket team has won the World Cup trophy. In the final match, this team defeated the English team in a unilateral manner. Australia won this match by 71 runs. Wicket-keeper batsman Alyssa Healy was the ‘Player of the Match’. He played a historic innings of 170 runs off 138 balls. Let us tell you that Alyssa is the wife of Australian men’s cricket team player Mitchell Starc.

Australia made a huge score of 356 runs
England won the toss and bowled first in the match. Chosen. This decision of the England captain proved to be wrong and Australia’s openers put on a 160-run partnership for the first wicket. Rachel Hynes was dismissed after scoring 68 runs. After him, opener Alyssa Healy (170) also shared a 156-run partnership with Beth Muni (62). Alyssa became the victim of Anya Shrubsole by scoring 170 runs. When she got out, Australia had 316 runs on the scoreboard. After this, the middle-order batsmen took the team to 350 crosses. In this way Australia scored a huge score of 356 while playing first. 

English women batsmen fought but it was insufficient
357 runs like mountains England appeared under pressure in front of the target. The team lost the first two wickets for just 38 runs. For the third wicket, captain Heather Knight (26) along with Nat Shiver (148) added 48 runs. Captain Knight returned to the pavilion on this score. From here Nat Shiver held one end and wickets kept falling from the other end. Nat Shiver remained unbeaten on 148. But the rest of England’s batting lineup could not support them and the entire team was all out after scoring 285 runs in 43.4 overs. England lost this match by 71 runs.

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