Mithali Raj Slams Brilliant Ton in ICC Women's World Cup Clash vs New Zealand

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Mithali Raj Slams Brilliant Ton in ICC Women's World Cup Clash vs New Zealand


New Delhi, July 15 -- Mithali Raj continued her magnificent form in ODI cricket as she slammed a magnificent century against New Zealand in a crucial ICC Women's World Cup encounter in Derby. The Indian skipper rebuilt the innings with a 132-run stand with Harmanpreet Kaur, who also came back to form with a brilliant 60. (IND v NZ?score)

However, Mithali continued to bat brilliantly and she was joined by Veda Krishnamurthy, who came out all guns blazing to smash a fifty off just 34 balls. Her assault in the final overs gave the Indian skipper the confidence to hold firm at the other end. Mithali notched up the landmark in the 48th over when she flicked Leigh Kasperek to deep mid wicket for a couple. This was her sixth century and her first in the ICC?Women's World Cup 2017. It was her first ODI century since 2014, when she hit an unbeaten 104 against Sri Lanka in Vizag.

Mithali finally departed for 109 while Krishnamurthy slammed 70 off 45 balls as India ended up on a formidable 265/7 against New Zealand. …

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