Head of the state Narendra Modi on Monday saluted India ladies’ cricket crew on winning a silver decoration at the continuous Commonwealth Games

Head of the state Narendra Modi on Monday complimented India ladies’ cricket crew on winning a silver decoration at the continuous Commonwealth Games. Taking to Twitter, PM Modi said that cricket and India are indivisible and this success will continuously be exceptional. India had lost the gold award against Australia by 9 sudden spikes in demand for Sunday at Edgbaston, Birmingham.

Cricket and India are indivisible. Our Women’s cricket crew played superb cricket through the CWG and they bring back the esteemed Silver decoration. Being the very first CWG decoration in cricket, this one will constantly be extraordinary. All the best to all colleagues for a splendid future.” tweeted PM Modi.

Australia chief Meg Lanning picked to bat first and posted 161/8 inferable from Mooney’s thump of 61 runs. For India, Renuka Singh and Sneh Rana got back with two wickets each.

In the pursuit of 162, India were controlling everything with Harmanpreet Kaur and Jemimah Rodrigues pushing ahead. Notwithstanding, the side fell from 118/2 to 152 full scale, and eventually, Australia wrapped up a success.

For India, captain Harmanpreet top-scored with a thump of 65.

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Prior on Sunday, New Zealand had won the bronze award in ladies’ cricket in the wake of overcoming England.

In the wake of winning silver, Harmanpreet addressed NDTV and said: “No doubt certainly it is a pivotal turning point for us all. First time, we were taking an interest and the manner in which we played this competition, it was perfect to watch. Yet again we were near gold award, yet we did likewise botches we have been doing in the huge competitions.

You know, we need to continue buckling down on lower-request batting. I’m certain we will truly do well in the forthcoming competitions. I think this silver decoration matters a ton, this will spur little kids back home,” Harmanpreet said.