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Feb 27, 2020 / 12:45 pm

India vs New Zealand, Women's T20 World Cup Highlights: As it happened

Follow the highlights from the 9th Match of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup played between India and New Zealand at the Junction Oval, Melbourne.

  • India vs New Zealand, Women's T20 World Cup Highlights: As it happened
    • 12:09 PM IST

      WICKET! Martin c Rodriques b Radha 25 (28)

    • 12:00 PM IST

      WICKET! Green c Bhatia b Gayakwad 24 (23)

    • 11:40 AM IST

      WICKET! Devine c Radha b Poonam 14 (21)

    • 11:29 AM IST

      WICKET! Bate b Deepti 6 (13)

    • 11:13 AM IST

      WICKET! Priest c R Yadav b Pandey 12 (9)

    • 10:53 AM IST

      WICKET! Radha Yadav run out (Kasperek/Priest) 14 (9)

    • 10:42 AM IST

      WICKET! Deepti c Jenson b Devine 8 (11)

    • 10:36 AM IST

      WICKET! Krishnamurthy lbw Kerr 6 (5)

    • 10:29 AM IST

      WICKET! Verma c Jensen b Kerr 46 (34)

    • 10:23 AM IST

      WICKET! Kaur c & b Kasperek 1 (5)

    • 10:15 AM IST

      WICKET! Rodriques c Kerr b Mair 10 (9)

    • 10:07 AM IST

      WICKET! Bhatia c Kerr b Mair 23 (25)

    • 09:40 AM IST

      WICKET! Mandhana b Tahuhu 11 (8)

    • 09:15 AM IST

      Pitch Report​

    • 09:08 AM IST

      Playing XI

    • 09:04 AM IST


  • February 27, 2020 / 12:45 PM IST

    That brings us to the end of our live coverage from this match. India sealed their passage into the semi-finals and will next take the field in their last group-stage encounter on February 29 against Sri Lanka from 9:30 AM IST. Join us for all the live udpates from that game. Till then it's goodbye!

  • February 27, 2020 / 12:43 PM IST
  • February 27, 2020 / 12:43 PM IST

    Harmanpreet Kaur  

    (India Captain): It is a great feeling when your team is performing like that. We did the same mistakes, we got a good start in the first 10 overs and we didn't carry the momentum. We did bowl well in patches and some times we were not up to the mark and have to focus on those areas. She is giving us good starts and I hope she continues doing that as quick runs at the top is really important to us.

  • February 27, 2020 / 12:38 PM IST

    Sophie Devine

    (New Zealand Captain): We thought we did a fantastic. With how Shafali came out at the top, we did a good job of restricting them. The spinners came in more and tied them down. Kerr did a brilliant job of getting us that close. We can take a lot of positives from this game. The bowling on how we came back and how we almost finished the game.

  • February 27, 2020 / 12:35 PM IST
  • February 27, 2020 / 12:33 PM IST

    Shafali Verma

    (Player of the Match): Feeling good, very happy with the performance, want to continue doing this. I wanted for the loose balls and converted those. Credit goes to my father and academy to have helped me get here

  • February 27, 2020 / 12:32 PM IST
  • February 27, 2020 / 12:32 PM IST
  • February 27, 2020 / 12:27 PM IST
  • February 27, 2020 / 12:27 PM IST

    New Zealand 130/5 after 20 overs.

    Shikha Pandey returns to bowl the final over. Jensen gets a thick inside edge on the 1st ball which escapes past the stumps for FOUR. She then slams the 2nd ball down to long-off for a single. 11 needed off 4 balls now. Kerr doesn’t connect cleanly with the flick as the 3rd ball rolls through midwicket for a hasty single. Jensen digs out the yorker to mid-on for a single. Good bowling from Pandey as she nails the yorker on that occasion. Kerr shows great improvisation as she uses the reverse sweep to send the 5th ball over third man for FOUR. 5 needed off the final delivery now. Pandey nails the wide yorker which Kerr misses as the ball deflects off the pads for just a leg bye. India manage to hold on and squeeze out victory by just 3 runs.

  • February 27, 2020 / 12:23 PM IST


    Brilliant from Kerr as she opens her stance and plays a reverse sweep to bring the equation down to 5 needed from the final delivery.

  • February 27, 2020 / 12:20 PM IST


    Jensen gets a streaky boundary as an inside edge against Pandey escapes to fine leg.