BCCI congratulates Indian team for defeating New Zealand in World Cup clash

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"I on behalf of BCCI congratulate Indian women's team for qualifying into semifinals of Women World Cup 2017".

"You can't just give up because you lose one game", said Raj.

In fact, India lost three wickets in the final over, in the space of four deliveries, for eight runs.

India overcame the poor start in the middle overs, milking 16-year-old leg-spinner Amelia Kerr for 64 runs besides skipper Suzie Bates leaking 59 from her 8 overs.

Member of CoA Diana Edulji said, "This is a result of Team India (Women's) dedicated effort, which has translated into a series of successful performances".

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Brief Score: India Women 265 for 7 (Raj 109, Krishnamurthy 70, Kaur 60, Kasperek 3-45) beat New Zealand Women 79/10 (Satterthwaite 26, Gayakwad 5-15, Deepti 2-26) by 186 runs.

Left-arm orthodox bowler Rajeshwari Gayakwad destroyed the New Zealand batting line-up with figures of 5/15 and ensured that the White Ferns were never in the chase. Later, in Taunton against England, she registered the highest individual women's Test score of 214 runs. New Zealand's Debbie Hockley (1,501 runs), England's Janette Brittin (1,299 runs), Charlotte Edwards (1,231 runs) and Belinda Clarke (1,160 runs) are ahead of Mithali who recently achieved this feat.

India did not start well as they were two-down in the eighth over. Including this edition, India have made it to the top four in five of the last six World Cups. But Veda had other plans. More than 18 years have passed since that unbeaten 114 against Ireland on her debut and the record stands rock solid, as does Mithali who remains India's most trusted batswoman. You all can see that how exciting this match is going on.

However, Kohli made a mistake by posting an image of another India women's player instead of his female counterpart, Times Now reported.

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