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ICC Women’s World Cup final: Women who kept India in the game

Jhulan Goswami: Well into her 36th year, the veteran seamer indicated she can even now raise her diversion on the huge stage. Her control over line and length was flawless, and she harried every one of the players with unpretentious development and variety. 

She got the productive Sarah Taylor and the perilous Natalie Sciver, the two most noteworthy scorers of the England innings, and Fran Wilson for a first-ball duck. 

Poonam Yadav: Her loopy leg-breaks appear to be extremely welcoming, yet they can fox the best of players. A delicious full hurl represented the Tammy Beaumont, the most noteworthy scorer of the competition, while captain Heather Knight was caught in front while going for a compass. Poonam's googlies, flippers and best spinners kept the English young ladies, who were continually searching for space to hit through the off-side, on their toes. 

Punam Raut: As long as she was at the wrinkle, the run pursue was constantly under control. The humble opener hit a hundred against Australia, however had a chance to play the characterizing innings in a World Cup last. She never let the soliciting rate get out from hand, by turning strike expertly and going for the enormous hits at whatever point the bowlers served up something free. It was her rejection in the 43rd over that permitted England a route once more into the challenge. 

Harmanpreet Kaur: There were worries about her wellness after the rare thump against Australia in the elimination round. In any case, she sponsored it up with an innings of huge development, her third progressive 50 or more score, which appeared to be taking India to their first World Cup title. 

Be that as it may, a forceful shot too much, when the match was in India's control, stopped her innings.

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