T20 World Cup: India in the semi-finals, Shaifali Verma made this record by batting stormy


After the turbulent batting of opener Shaifali Verma (46 off 34 balls), India has defeated New Zealand to enter the semi-finals of the T20 Women’s World Cup. This is Team India’s third consecutive win.She has became the highest run-rate batswoman in T20 World Cup history based on the first three matches.She has scored 114 runs in 3 matches at a strike rate of 172.72.

In response to this, New Zealand team could only manage 129 runs losing 6 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs. Shaifali has scored 29 off 15 balls against Australia at a strike rate of 193.33, 39 from a 17-ball 229.41 against Bangladesh, and 46 from 34 balls against New Zealand at a strike rate of 135.29.

She hits the highest sixes in this tournament so far. She has hit eight sixes so far. While in second place is Sri Lankan captain Chamari Atapattu with 4 sixes. She is playing like Rohit sharma


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