India vs South Africa Women: Priya Poonia score a fifty in her debut match, gives India a big win: Opening for the first time in the absence of opener Smriti Mandhana, Priya Punia has hit a half-century in the debut match. Due to this, the Indian women’s team has registered a big win against South Africa. In the first match of the three-match series being played in Baroda, the Indian women’s team defeated the visiting team South Africa by 8 wickets.
Indian bowlers have a fire
In this match, the captain of the South African team, Sune Luss, won the toss and chose to bat. Batting first, the South African team had lost all wickets in 45.1 overs and scored just 164 runs, including a half-century by Marijan Cap. At the same time, Jhulan Goswami took 3 wickets and Shikha Pandey, Ekta Bisht and Poonam Yadav took 2-2 wickets from the Indian team. Apart from this, one wicket got to Deepti Sharma.
Priya Poonia and Jaimima hit half-century
The Indian team, chasing a target of 165 runs, achieved this target in 41.4 overs after losing 2 wickets. Priya Poonia, who made her debut in the Indian women’s ODI team, hit a half-century in her first match. Priya Poonia returned unbeaten. In this match, he faced a 75-run match-winning innings with the help of 8 fours, facing 124 balls. Apart from Priya, Jaimima Rodrigues scored 55 runs and laid the foundation for the Indian team’s victory.
Priya Poonia, born in Jaipur, Rajasthan, has played three T20 Internationals before this One Day International match. 23-year-old Priya Poonia made her international debut against New Zealand in Wellington this year, scoring 7 runs. Priya Poonia was able to score only 9 runs in three matches and was dropped from the team, but she has produced a fantastic fifty while coming back.