Team India’s ecstatic celebrations after the women’s Asian Cup triumph. View | Cricket News


    The BCCI shared a taste of the Indian team’s celebrations in Sylhet.© Twitter

    India knocked Sri Lanka by 8 wickets in Sylhet to take a seventh Women’s Asia Cup title on Saturday. After limiting Sri Lanka to a total of 65/9, India chased the total within nine overs. After the Harmanpreet Kaur-led squad won the title, the India Cricket Board of Trustees shared a preview of the team’s celebrations in Sylhet. The video begins with the players huddled together, with their backs against the trophy. However, it wasn’t long before the celebrations got out of hand as the players started dancing to ecstatic chants.

    “Post-win vibes, be like,” the BCCI captioned the video.

    It was a dominant display from India as they limited Sri Lanka to a paltry 65 for nine after being asked to bowl and then chase the target in 8.3 overs.

    Vice Captain Smriti Mandhana made an unbeaten 51.

    Previously, Sri Lankan batters imploded on a court-offering turn after their skipper decided to hit.

    For India, pacer Renuka Singh took three wickets for five runs in three overs, while spinners Rajeshwari Gayakwad and Sneh Rana each took a pair of wickets.

    Harmanpreet praised its bowlers and the fielding unit after the win.


    “”We have to credit our bowlers. Our fielding unit was good from ball one and we discussed not giving away easy runs. You have to read the wicket and put the fielders in the right positions accordingly,” Harmanpreet said at the presentation ceremony.

    (with PTI inputs)

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