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Australia Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Australia Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I 20 Wednesday October 2021 225128000000 Australia Women won by 4 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 225128000000 INDW - 118/9 (20) AUSW - 119/6 (19.1) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 225128000000 CRR:  6.21 Player of the Match Tahlia McGrath Scorecard Refresh Commentary India might have lost the series but they have been a part of an exiciting series. India were well short with the bat. That I guess caught up with them during the defence. Australia were in a spot of bother but they bailed their way out owing to the low score that India had put up. Towards the end, Harmanpreet persisted with her seamers and that also didn't help as the plan fell flat on its face. India's fielding also in crunch moments was a lot to be desired where as Australia were far superior on the field. All these little things India would want to look at. On that note, we hope our narrative for the game kept you glued to the mobile/tab/laptop screen! Buhbye folks! Meg Lanning: We bowled better. I think it was out best performance with the ball in the series. Tahlia McGrath was wonderful and helped us. Fair bit of swing around. But then it gets the bowlers in the game, and that makes it exciting. Harmanpreet Kaur: We were 20 runs short, but the wicket wasn't an easy one to bat on. We had a good game. We didn't give them easy runs. We fought till the end. Would want to take the team to take more responsibility. Pooja has the talent and she gets us runs and wickets whenever we need. That's what we expect from her. We know Australia side is good. You always need to come out with good plans and a good approach against them. Tahlia McGrath | Player of the Match: Pretty good feeling. Bowlers set it up for us. The ball was holding up a bit, it was a little tricky but we got over the line. Has been an unreal series and has seen exciting cricket. The conditions have been a little tricky. We will review the whole performance and get ready to roll again. 21:28 Local Time, 11:28 GMT, 16:58 IST: Australia have sealed the series as well! They won the ODI series 2-1, drew the Test and now this win in the second T20I has handed them the series. However, it wasn't hunky dory as India bowled their hearts until the last few overs. A target of 119 was supposed to be a walk in the park but wasn't to be. Pandey set the tone by removing Healy early and then the spinners chipped in to pick up a few wickets in the middle. When things got tight, Tahlia McGrath and Wareham played some big shots to take their team home. Tahlia McGrath especially got those crucial boundaries at crunch intervals to ensure Australia were too behind as far as the run rate was concerned. 19.1 Vastrakar to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, looks to slog across the line, gets an inside edge on to the pads for a single. Australia win! They win the multi-format series. They were in a tight spot when the chase started but have Tahlia McGrath to thank Pooja Vastrakar [3.0-0-20-0] is back into the attack AUSW: 118-6 after 19 overs 18.6 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, angles the ball in and has been slogged across the line minus any timing for a single. The scores are level 18.5 Renuka Singh to Wareham, 1 run, fuller again, but too late for the Indians as Renuka Singh has delivered two back-to-back good deliveries. Wareham pushes the ball down to long-on for a single 18.4 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, fuller length delivery and has been on-driven down to long-on for a single 18.3 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, 2 runs, full toss on the pads and has been clipped away behind square for a couple. Was a gift of a delivery 18.2 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, FOUR , slower delivery outside off, Tahlia McGrath chips down the track and slaps it between cover and mid-off for a four. Superb hitting from Tahlia McGrath as Australia now are a shot away from the series win 18.1 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, FOUR , straight down the ground for a four! Tahlia McGrath chips down the track, takes it on the full and lofts it over mid-off for a four. Australia are ahead now Renuka Singh [3.0-1-14-0] is back into the attack Did India get it wrong by giving it to Shikha Pandey? She had a weird plan as well, Bowling it so wide and expecting the batter to miss it. They could have planned better! AUSW: 105-6 after 18 overs 17.6 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, FOUR , strokes it beautifully and manages to evoke the mistake again as the dive from the fielder at wide long-off isn't clean. The ball hits her body but isn't stopped inside the fence 17.5 Shikha Pandey to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, fuller length delivery and has been thumped down to long-off for a single 17.4 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, 1 run, fuller length, outside off, Wareham stabs it out into the off-side for a single. 19 off 14 balls 17.3 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, FOUR , square of the wicket and four! The fielder at point failed to save it despite the dive and the fielder at deep cover dived over it. That was a wide ball and Wareham creamed it away 17.2 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, no run, fuller delivery outside off, Wareham looks to drive and misses. Was that yorkerish length and Wareham failed to wood it owing to the fullness of it Load More Commentary

Australia Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I

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Australia Women won by 4 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 225128000000

INDW - 118/9 (20)
AUSW - 119/6 (19.1)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 225128000000
CRR:  6.21

Player of the Match

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India might have lost the series but they have been a part of an exiciting series. India were well short with the bat. That I guess caught up with them during the defence. Australia were in a spot of bother but they bailed their way out owing to the low score that India had put up. Towards the end, Harmanpreet persisted with her seamers and that also didn't help as the plan fell flat on its face. India's fielding also in crunch moments was a lot to be desired where as Australia were far superior on the field. All these little things India would want to look at. On that note, we hope our narrative for the game kept you glued to the mobile/tab/laptop screen! Buhbye folks!

Meg Lanning: We bowled better. I think it was out best performance with the ball in the series. Tahlia McGrath was wonderful and helped us. Fair bit of swing around. But then it gets the bowlers in the game, and that makes it exciting.

Harmanpreet Kaur: We were 20 runs short, but the wicket wasn't an easy one to bat on. We had a good game. We didn't give them easy runs. We fought till the end. Would want to take the team to take more responsibility. Pooja has the talent and she gets us runs and wickets whenever we need. That's what we expect from her. We know Australia side is good. You always need to come out with good plans and a good approach against them.

Tahlia McGrath | Player of the Match: Pretty good feeling. Bowlers set it up for us. The ball was holding up a bit, it was a little tricky but we got over the line. Has been an unreal series and has seen exciting cricket. The conditions have been a little tricky. We will review the whole performance and get ready to roll again.

21:28 Local Time, 11:28 GMT, 16:58 IST: Australia have sealed the series as well! They won the ODI series 2-1, drew the Test and now this win in the second T20I has handed them the series. However, it wasn't hunky dory as India bowled their hearts until the last few overs. A target of 119 was supposed to be a walk in the park but wasn't to be. Pandey set the tone by removing Healy early and then the spinners chipped in to pick up a few wickets in the middle. When things got tight, Tahlia McGrath and Wareham played some big shots to take their team home. Tahlia McGrath especially got those crucial boundaries at crunch intervals to ensure Australia were too behind as far as the run rate was concerned.

19.1 Vastrakar to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, looks to slog across the line, gets an inside edge on to the pads for a single. Australia win! They win the multi-format series. They were in a tight spot when the chase started but have Tahlia McGrath to thank

Pooja Vastrakar [3.0-0-20-0] is back into the attack

AUSW: 118-6 after 19 overs

18.6 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, angles the ball in and has been slogged across the line minus any timing for a single. The scores are level

18.5 Renuka Singh to Wareham, 1 run, fuller again, but too late for the Indians as Renuka Singh has delivered two back-to-back good deliveries. Wareham pushes the ball down to long-on for a single

18.4 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, fuller length delivery and has been on-driven down to long-on for a single

18.3 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, 2 runs, full toss on the pads and has been clipped away behind square for a couple. Was a gift of a delivery

18.2 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, FOUR, slower delivery outside off, Tahlia McGrath chips down the track and slaps it between cover and mid-off for a four. Superb hitting from Tahlia McGrath as Australia now are a shot away from the series win

18.1 Renuka Singh to Tahlia McGrath, FOUR, straight down the ground for a four! Tahlia McGrath chips down the track, takes it on the full and lofts it over mid-off for a four. Australia are ahead now

Renuka Singh [3.0-1-14-0] is back into the attack

Did India get it wrong by giving it to Shikha Pandey? She had a weird plan as well, Bowling it so wide and expecting the batter to miss it. They could have planned better!

AUSW: 105-6 after 18 overs

17.6 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, FOUR, strokes it beautifully and manages to evoke the mistake again as the dive from the fielder at wide long-off isn't clean. The ball hits her body but isn't stopped inside the fence

17.5 Shikha Pandey to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, fuller length delivery and has been thumped down to long-off for a single

17.4 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, 1 run, fuller length, outside off, Wareham stabs it out into the off-side for a single. 19 off 14 balls

17.3 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, FOUR, square of the wicket and four! The fielder at point failed to save it despite the dive and the fielder at deep cover dived over it. That was a wide ball and Wareham creamed it away

17.2 Shikha Pandey to Wareham, no run, fuller delivery outside off, Wareham looks to drive and misses. Was that yorkerish length and Wareham failed to wood it owing to the fullness of it