SECOND WOMEN'S T20 INTERNATIONAL - Australia win by four wickets to seal multi-format series 9-5
Millennium Post Delhi|October 10, 2021
Batting first, India scored only 118 for nine. Australia scored runs in 19.1 overs, courtesy rookie McGrath (42 not out off33 balls)

GOLD COAST: Indian bowlers put up a valiant effort with very few runs to defend before rookie Tahlia McGrath won the battle of nerves at the death, guiding Australia to a four-wicket victory in the second women’s T20 International and also clinch the multi-format series 9-5.

Batting first, India put up an inept performance, scoring only 118 for nine, largely due to a 37 off26 balls by Pooja Vastrakar.

Australia scored the runs in 19.1 overs, courtesy rookie McGrath (42 not out off33 balls), who launched into Shikha Pandey’s 18th over, getting 14 runs which proved to be a game-changer.

Renuka Singh’s inexperience also cost India dearly as the 19th over yielded 13 runs with McGrath, playing only in her second T20 International, winning it for the hosts.

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