New Zealand captain Suzie Bates departed in the second over, caught by Krishnamurthy as Shikha Pandey struck with her first delivery. She is hitting the ball well and determined to take her team to the semi-finals.
"You sort of forget that she's 16 and the way she plays her cricket, she's not intimidated by anyone" Bates said.
India must win against New Zealand if they wish to make it to the knockouts of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017. "Derby has been a bit historically slower but in saying that, on a fresh wicket our spinners are still in our top bowlers". Mithali has played 183 one day internationals and 164 innings so far. So New Zealand have won the toss and they have elected to bowl first. In a cricket-crazy country where male cricketers are treated like demigods, she has managed to carve a niche for herself through her unparalleled exploits with the bat despite women's cricket being deprived of patronage from both the administrators and the public alike for a long period. She was out off the penultimate delivery.
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New Zealand struggled from the start of their chase. She said, "You can't just give up because you lose one game".
However, it was in the New Zealand National T20 final in 2015 where she announced herself to the televised public.
The 34-year-old cricketer belongs to a Tamil family but was born in Jodhpur.
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Mithali Raj scored 109 in India's total of 265 for seven with Veda Krishnamurthy (70) and Harmanpreet Kaur (60) doing most of the scoring at the other end. Another greatest achievement is her above 50 averages in her career.
Mithali became the first woman cricketer in history to achieve the milestone, and Virat Kohli took to social media to congratulate her on the achievement. The team will be hoping for the left-hander to get back to her blistering ways to set the platform for the innings.
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