Australia’s women’s team (ODI World Cup 2022, Women’s World Cup) has made a name for itself in Christchurch. Australia defeated England (AUSW vs ENGW) by 71 runs in the tournament’s final match in New Zealand. In the women’s world cup named after him, Australia lost for the seventh time. England had won the tournament in 2017, but their team was unable to defeat Australia in the final. All of Australia’s matches in this tournament were victories. Despite losing their first three league matches, the English team made it to the final.
Wife Alyssa Healy was playing record innings, and Mitchell Starc was encouraging by sitting in the stands during the Women’s World Cup 2022.
Australia scored 356 runs for 5 wickets in their first innings. Alyssa Healy (opener) He played a big century inning of 170 runs, which gave the best view of his offensive abilities. Healy was given a lifeline with a personal total of 41 runs, which he took full advantage of by tearing England’s attack apart. In his innings, he faced 138 balls and hit 26 fours.
Rachel Haynes (68 off 93 balls) and Beth Mooney (62 off 47 balls) were excellent opening partners for Healy. As a result, Australia was able to set a new record for the highest score in a Women’s World Cup final. In both the men’s and women’s World Cup finals, this is the second highest score. In the 2003 World Cup final, the Australian men’s team scored 359 for two against India.
After winning the toss, England elected to bowl first. Healy and Haynes put on massive century partnerships of 160 for the first wicket and 156 for the second wicket, respectively.
England started poorly in pursuit of a mountain-like target of 357 runs, and the team got the first blow in the third over itself. Magal Schutt bowled Daniel Waite, who had a century in the semi-finals. The team continued to lose wickets after that. Natalie Sciver held one end and rolled 90 balls to complete her own century. However, he was not accompanied by a batsman.
In 44 overs, England’s innings was reduced to 285 runs. Sivar set a record with a 148-run innings. Alana King and Johnson, both leg spinners, each took three wickets for Australia.