IND W vs SA W: India set a series of records in the first innings, surpassing the men’s team as well

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IND W vs SA W: The first day’s play of the Women’s Test match between India and South Africa has come to an end. The Indian women’s team has set a record for scoring the most runs in a day. In this matter, he has left behind the men’s team as well. By the end of the first day’s play, India’s score was 525 for the loss of four wickets. Earlier, the highest number of runs in a one-day match was in the 2002 Test match played between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Then Sri Lanka scored 508 runs in one day. Apart from this, the highest score of 431 in a one-day match in women’s Test cricket was also left behind here.

Made many records
Shefali Verma scored a historic double century for India in this match. He played a brilliant innings of 205 runs. Meanwhile, Shefali also became the fastest batsman to score a double century in women’s Test cricket. Apart from this, Smriti Mandhana played a century innings of 149 runs. The Indian women’s team won the toss and elected to bat first at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. The opening pair of Shefali Verma and Smriti Mandhana put on a brilliant batting display and put on a record partnership of 292 runs for the first wicket, hitting shots all around the ground.

Shefali Verma was run out
Delmi Tucker broke the partnership by dismissing Smriti Mandhana in the 52nd over of the Indian innings. Smriti scored 149 runs off 161 balls, with the help of 27 fours and one six. Satish Shubha (15), who came to bat after the slump, returned to the pavilion scoring runs. Shefali Verma was unfortunately run out trying to score in the 75th over. He played a historic innings of 205 runs off 197 balls, hitting 23 fours and eight sixes. Jemimah Rodrigues (55) was dismissed for 55 runs. At the end of the day’s play, skipper Harmanpreet Kaur was unbeaten (42) and Richa Ghosh was unbeaten (43). Delmy Tucker got two wickets for South Africa. Nadine de Klerk dismissed a batsman.

These new records were created
By scoring 525 runs in one day, the Indian women’s team set the record for scoring the highest number of runs in one day in Test cricket. They also left humans behind.

,Shefali Verma made the world record for the fastest double century in women’s Test cricket. He achieved this feat in 194 balls.

,Shefali hit 23 fours and eight sixes in an innings of 205 runs. With this, the record of most sixes in an innings in women’s Test cricket was held in Shefali’s name.

,Apart from this, Shefali made another record in his name. She became the second youngest Indian woman cricketer to score a double century in Test cricket. At number one is Mithali Raj, who did it at the age of 19 years and 256 days. Shefali’s age is 20 years 152 days.

,Smriti and Shefali put on a 292 run partnership for the first wicket. This is a world record in women’s test cricket.

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