Women's T20 World Cup News
Chasing 185, India were all out for 99, but batting great Tendulkar asked the team to not lose hope.
Unbeaten throughout the tournament, India were outplayed in all departments of the game by the defending champions Australia who clinched their fifth title.
In another tweet, he congratulated the Australian cricket team for lifting the trophy and said they performed well when it mattered the most.
Taniya looked rattled after she was hit on her helmet while going for a sweep, forcing the Indian team's doctor and physio to rush out and check on her and subsequently taking her off the field.
Chasing a challenging target, India, featuring in their maiden final of the tournament, couldn't handle the pressure and were bundled out for 99 in 19.1 overs.
The record was previously held by West Indies' women's cricketer Shaquana Quintyne when she played the ODI World Cup final in 2013 at an age of 17 years and 45 days old.
Opting to bat, Healy blasted 75 off 39 balls studded with seven fours and five maximums while Mooney remained unbeaten on 78.
Australia won the toss and elected to bat first against India in the final of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup at the MCG.
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Considered a game changer, Kaur aka Jhanavi Kaur Bhullar from Punjab’s Moga, will be leading the team in the final on March 8 — the International Women’s Day.
India and Australia will meet in the title clash at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, their second face-off in this tournament.
Katy Perry met another famous Perry, injured Australian star Ellyse Perry who presented the pop icon with a 'Perry' Australian shirt.
Shafali Verma's method has a distinctive Indian flavour, recalling at once Virender Sehwag and Virat Kohli.
India's highest wicket-taker in T20 cricket, Poonam had missed the preceding tri-series, involving Australia, due to an injury in her left index finger.
Australia are focussing not only on the wily Poonam Yadav but preparing to take on India's spin-heavy attack.