Women’s T20 :  Mandhana praises Navgire for great half-century

Pune (Maharashtra) [India]: After a gain Speed on Thursday Trailblazers skipper Smriti Mandhana loaded appreciation on Kiran Prabhu Navgire, who wrecked a fantastic half-century versus the Mandhana-led side in the Women’s T20 Obstacle.

Great knocks by Sabbhineni Meghana and Jemimah Rodrigues directed Trailblazers to a 16 run triumph over Speed in the Women’s T20 Obstacle. The Trailblazers, regardless of winning the experience, could not maintain Speed under 158 and have actually therefore been knocked out of the tournament on the basis of the NRR.


” We knew the situation and we knew what we are gon na get, however actually proud of the method the batters batted. We had a likelihood, yet Kiran Prabhu Navgire the way she batted … simply took that last dream away from us. I think someplace I was a little depressing that she was striking against us yet a little satisfied as an Indian player that she is hitting difficult and that much,” claimed Mandhana in a post-match discussion.

Mandhana Praises Kiran’s knock

The star of the suit, Kiran Navgire’s innings of 69 runs directed her team to go across the 158 mark and even after losing, made it to the last suit. While commending Navgire, Mandhana stated that she was amazed when the batter hit six on the extremely initial sphere of her innings. Navgire’s 69 runs innings feature 5 6s and also five fours.

” It’s a sight to see but not as an opposite captain, wonderful things to find for her going forward in the Indian set-up. The plan was to get their top-order out at first due to the fact that we knew if Shafali stayed for long it will certainly be really tough and the ones we planned we got them all out yet she (Kiran) appeared of the box like we knew her abilities since she has done actually well in residential, yet very few of us have seen her game, and to see her come out as well as struck the initial ball for six which also in the stands, I was a little surprised but that’s how cricket goes,” she added.

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