While Indian men failed miserably in the finals of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 after a devastating defeat against Pakistan, on the other hand, women in blue have managed to reach the finals of a bigger platform of Women’s World Cup for the second time in the history of Indian women’s cricket.
Men’s team is now in full force supporting the women’s team for this accomplishment of reaching finals and they hope the women in blue will bring the most coveted trophy of the world cup to India.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) July 22, 2017
— BCCI (@BCCI) July 22, 2017
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) July 20, 2017
Our girls always make us proud. Wishing them the best for tomorrow’s finals.
Chak De India ! pic.twitter.com/mmrNJduJKE
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) July 22, 2017
— sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) July 20, 2017
— K L Rahul (@klrahul11) July 20, 2017
— Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) July 20, 2017
— Ishant Sharma (@ImIshant) July 20, 2017
Women’s cricket world cup is entirely dominated by Australia and England for winning almost all the world cups apart from New Zealand who managed to win 2000 World Cup. India will become the fourth country ever to win Women’s World Cup. The team looks stronger than ever after Harmanpreet Kaur‘s record shattering knock of 171* in Semi Finals against mighty Australia and other Indian batswomen performing consistently on all the matches.
India is definitely the favourites for this edition of the world cup and they have defeated the home team earlier in the tournament which will give a boost in the confidence to the team in the finals at Lords on Sunday.
India is the second time in the finals and it’s the first time that the final match will be broadcasted with India being one of the finalists. India’s skipper Mithali Raj has become the highest run getter in Women’s International ODI’s and then team India also has Jhulan Goswami who is all time highest wicket-tacker. The odds look in India’s favour and BCCI has already announced Rs 50 Lakh award to all the playing members and 25 Lakh each to non-playing members of the team.