Indian All-Rounder Deepti Sharma, expressed satisfaction with their overall performance and said they planned to use the Tri-series as a springboard for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, which gets underway on February 10. The Indian women’s team, which had qualified for its first final at the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup, lost to hosts South Africa on Thursday by a margin of five wickets.
“There are many positives to take away from the series; our bowling and batting teams performed well. We must simply continue these practises during the World Cup as well “In the post-game presser, Sharma said.
The Indian women's team, which had secured a maiden final finish in the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup, suffered a five-wicket loss to hosts South Africa in the Tri-series final on Thursday.https://t.co/tPTdjt1SP0
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“We just need to concentrate on the things we did well here and keep doing that over there, whether we play England or any other team.
“South Africa obviously has good living conditions. But as a team, we need to build on the things we did well during the Tri-Series and stop focusing on the opposition and start thinking about how we can improve as a unit. Sharma, who was named player-of-the-series after taking nine wickets in five games, claimed that South Africa’s wickets were really helpful to her.
“Spinners get turn on South African wickets, where we’ve played. We received a lot of assistance from the wicket during all of these Tri-series games, “She remarked.
I believe we made a good bowling effort and bowled in accordance with the plan. Harry di (Harmanpreet Kaur) also advised me to just pick my spot and keep bowling according to the situation. In 87 T20Is so far, the 25-year-old has taken 96 wickets.