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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

2017 ICC Women's World Cup in England & Wales Match 05 England Vs Pakistan @Leicester Tuesday June 27,2017

Participating Teams

  1. Australia
  2. England
  3. India
  4. New Zealand
  5. Pakistan
  6. South AFrica
  7. Sri Lanka
  8. West Indies


Previous Winners

England beat Pakistan by 107 Runs under D/L

Pakistan won the toss and chose to field

England scored 377/7 in 50 Overs
Heather Knight                            106(109 Balls 4x12 and 6x2)
Natalie Sciver                              137(92 Balls 4x14 and 6x4)
Danielle Wyat                                42*(27 Balls 4x5 and 6x1)
Fran Wilson                                    33(19 Balls 4x6)
Wicket  Takers(Pakistan)
Asmavia Iqbal                            3/62(10 Overs)
Kainat Imtiaz                              2/68(9 Overs)
Sana Mir                                      1/78(9 Overs)
Nashra Sandhu                             1/82(10 Overs)
Pakistan scored 107/3  in 29.2 Overs(Target215 Runs in 29.2 Overs)
Nahida Khan                               03(6 Balls)
Javeria Khan                                11(30 Balls 4x1)
Asmavia Iqbal                              05(20 Balls)
Ayesha Zafar                                56*(77 Balls 4x8)
Nain Abidi                                    23*(43 Balls 4x2)
Wicket Takers(England)
Katherine Brunt                            2/21(6 Overs)
Alex Hartley                                 1/13(6.2 Overs)

Match Result - England won by 107 Runs under D/L
Player of the Match - Natalie Sciver  (England) for her 137(92 Balls 4x14 and 6x4)  

Natalie Sciver converted her maiden ODI century into a blistering innings of 137 from 92 balls

Heather Knight, the captain, also passed three figures for the first time in limited-overs cricket

England dusted themselves down after their opening-match defeat against India to rack up a formidable total of 377 for 7, and a commanding if rain-interrupted 107-run victory over Pakistan at Grace Road.

England's total was their highest in a World Cup match, and second only to Australia's tournament record of 412 for 3 against Denmark in 1997.

Natalie Sciver and Heather Knight struck centuries and put on a 213-run third-wicket stand

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