Cricket news daily- South Africa team beat England to reach T20 WC women's final, BCCI support extends to Cummins
India has been waiting for an ICC trophy for some time. India creates a heartbreaking exit from the women's T20 women's world cup after losing to defending champion Australia in the semi-finals. The captain Harmanpreet Kaur's half-century test revived the chase India after losing three wickets inside the play. She was running out in fashion from where the match started to slip out from Australia's edge and India's hand ahead into the final through the 5 runs. India was created into the last-four stage after 3 wins from four group matches, but at the second successive event of the T20 world cup match, they were outdone by the Australia team, who became the 2020 champions by beating the team in the packed front of MCG.
In Wellington, harry brook blasted the 4th century in five tests to lead the great recovery for England tea after losing the 3 wickets against the NZ team. The toss was won by the host on a pitch that was green as an outfield and minimized England to 21/3 inside the overs. Joe Root and brook stitched a double-level century stand in less time to get back benefits. England team led the series 1-0 and was required to draw to return to home victorians.
In the second women's T20 World Cup semi-final, the England unbeaten team will play against south africa today. As same as the Australia team, England won four of their match to reach to finals, whereas south africa are eligible to win two or lose many.
At that time, reports emerged that the tussles between the PCB and BCCI on Asia cup 2023 ended with a compromise formula that will see India play the match in Dubai, whereas Pakistan host the remaining teams in a match.
. BCCI has iterated it again and has not sent the Indian team to Pakistan for the continental tournament citing the denial of permission from the government. PCB also retailed the threatening to boycott to ODI world cup that is scheduled to be played in India.