India reached the final of Women’s T20 World Cup for the first time after their semifinal conflict towards England on Thursday was washed out with out a ball being bowled. As per the guidelines of the event, there was no reserve day for the semifinals, and the group which completed at a better place in the group stage qualifies for the final. India remained unbeaten in the group stage, and completed at the high, and therefore, made it by to the summit conflict.
Former India captain Mithali Raj took to Twitter to congratulate the Indian group, however added that she feels for the England girls’s group. “As an indian I am absolutely thrilled India has made it to the finals . But as a cricketer I feel for the English girls,” she wrote.
As an indian I’m completely thrilled india has made it to the finals . But as a cricketer I feel for the English ladies . I’d by no means wish to discover myself or my group in that scenario. But the guidelines are such and it’s what it’s. Congratulations ladies.This is huge. #INDvENG #T20WC
— Mithali Raj (@M_Raj03) March 5, 2020
Raj additional added that she would by no means need her group to face the same scenario. “I’d never want to find myself or my team in that situation. But the rules are such and it is what it is,” she stated.
“Congratulations girls. This is big,” she added.
India started their marketing campaign with a win over defending champions Australia adopted by victories towards Bangladesh, New Zealand and Sri Lanka to high group A with eight factors from 4 matches. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led aspect will tackle the winner of the second semifinal between hosts Australia and South Africa in the summit conflict.