After losing to South Africa, Harmanpreet admitted, we could not take advantage of good rhythm. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur, Indian women’s T-20 cricket team, said after the defeat in the third T20 match against South Africa that this match has opened our eyes. Harmanpreet said that the team’s bowlers did a good job in this match, but the batsman could not do anything special. South Africa beat India by five wickets in the third match of the five Twenty20 series played at Wanders’ Stadium and scored 1-2 in the series.
After the match, Harmanpreet said, “I think our lower-order batsmen did not perform well in this match. We started well but could not achieve the rhythm. I think we should have taken advantage of a good start. ” Harmanpreet said, “We have to come up with a better plan in the next match, we have not played more T-20 matches in the last 15 months, although we have done well in the first two games of this series,” Smriti and Mithali said in a statement. But the rest of the team’s batsmen could not perform like this, for us, this match was going to be open, the bowlers did well. ”
South Africa beat the Indian women team by 5 wickets in the third match, creating the thrill in the series. Team India is still ahead of 2-1. India’s first game to play in the third match was not good. Mithali Raj, who is still the most successful batsman, was dismissed in the beginning. After this, Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur also played good innings, but the entire team got reduced to 133 runs. In response, Africa achieved this goal by scoring 5 wickets. Shabnam Ismail grabbed five wickets for South Africa. He was given the title of Man of the Match.
India’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur (48) and Smriti Mandhana (37), who was batting in batting, were in a good position by making 93 runs in the 12th over in the 12th over. After both of these were returned, the Indian innings was reduced to 17.5 overs. Harmanpreet scored two sixes and six fours in his 30-ball knock. Harmanpreet and Smriti added 55 runs for the second wicket in the first over after losing the experienced Mithali Raj (0) wicket. Leg-spinner Danish Van Neucherk broke this partnership by catching Smriti on the hands of Mozelin Daniels. Smriti faced 24 balls and hit five fours and a six.