England Series Find Sneh Rana Says Head Coach Ramesh Powar | Cricket News

WORCESTER: Head coach of India’s women’s cricket team, Ramesh Powar has praised Sneh Rana, calling her the ‘find’ of the series against England.
India beat England by four wickets in the third ODI on Saturday at New Road, Worcester. Mithali played a captain’s shot as she remained undefeated on 75. In the end, Rana also played a crucial 24-point shot with just 22 balls using three fours. Earlier, Rana beat the numbers 7-0-31-1, dismissing Lauren Woodhill in the game.
“Sneh Rana is the find in this series. The way she was bowling in practice sessions at Southampton, we thought we had to give her a chance. It was a tough decision to play two counter-sons in game 11, but she played her part at the core. And I’m really happy for her because being a counter-spinner, I can see the talent. She’s a player who can play in critical situations and so on. is what we needed right now, ”said Ramesh Powar in a video tweeted by BCCI.

Speaking of the game, Powar said: “The bowlers have brought us back into the game and I think there is a lot we need to learn from this series. Fielding and Bowling have improved tremendously and I think hitting has to be done as well. improve if we aim for the World Cup. ”
During the match, Indian captain Mithali Raj passed England’s Charlotte Edwards to become the top female cricketer. With 10,277 points in 317 international meetings, the 38-year-old is now the greatest female cricketer.
“I think she deserves every word of praise there, she’s been amazing throughout the 22 years. She’s a role model for a lot of girls. In today’s game she won us the game alone. Chasing 220 on a low rebound track, she got us over the line, ”Powar said of Mithali.
The 43-year-old tactician also praised veteran Jhulan Goswami saying: “Jhulan Goswami is one of the legends of women’s cricket and the way she has her ethics, her preparations and her commitment to the team, the locker room and young players who make a big difference for us as a team. ”
England and India will now meet at Northampton on Friday in the first of three T20Is to complete the multi-format series.

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