Heartbreak for Mithali Raj’s India as England win ICC Women’s World Cup for 4th time
India came tantalizingly close to win their maiden ICC Women’s World Cup title before England made a sensational comeback in the Lord’s final to win the coveted trophy for the fourth time. (Photo: AP)
India came tantalizingly close to win their maiden ICC Women’s World Cup title before England made a sensational comeback in the Lord’s final to win the coveted trophy for the fourth time. (Photo: AP)
The Indian women's cricket team let slip a historic title triumph with nerves getting the better
of it in a tense summit clash against England, leaving Mithali
Raj's giant-slaying side with the runners-up tag for a second
time in the ICC World Cup (Photo: AP)
The Indian women's cricket team let slip a historic title triumph with nerves getting the better of it in a tense summit clash against England, leaving Mithali Raj's giant-slaying side with the runners-up tag for a second time in the ICC World Cup (Photo: AP)
England lifted the Women's Cricket World Cup for the fourth time after beating India by 9 runs at Lord's on Sunday. (Photo: AP)
England lifted the Women's Cricket World Cup for the fourth time after beating India by 9 runs at Lord's on Sunday. (Photo: AP)
Anya Shrubsole (centre) picked up 6/46 helping  England to a dramatic nine-run win over India in the Women's World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday. (Photo: AP)
Anya Shrubsole (centre) picked up 6/46 helping England to a dramatic nine-run win over India in the Women's World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday. (Photo: AP)
Punam Raut  once again played a handy knock of 86 runs. Along with  Harmanpreet Kaur's (51), they steadied the ship,
but once they departed it
was far from a smooth ride as England's consistent strikes
turned the match into a cliff-hanger. (Photo: AP)
Punam Raut once again played a handy knock of 86 runs. Along with Harmanpreet Kaur's (51), they steadied the ship, but once they departed it was far from a smooth ride as England's consistent strikes turned the match into a cliff-hanger. (Photo: AP)
India spearhead Jhulan Goswami enjoyed a superb return of three for 23 in her 10 overs, including two wickets in two balls and three maidens. (Photo: AP)
India spearhead Jhulan Goswami enjoyed a superb return of three for 23 in her 10 overs, including two wickets in two balls and three maidens. (Photo: AP)
The English side had lost to India in their opening game of the tournament, but impressive victories in the next six matches made them favourites to add to the titles they won in 1973, 1993 and 2009. (Photo: AP)
The English side had lost to India in their opening game of the tournament, but impressive victories in the next six matches made them favourites to add to the titles they won in 1973, 1993 and 2009. (Photo: AP)