England women wins Women’s World Cup beating India in a thrilling finish

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England women have won their four-times Women’s Cricket World Cup when English bowler Anya Shrubsole took six wickets to slide in a nine-run win over sub-continent India at Lord’s on Sunday.

The home side was looking in a losing situation as India was chasing down their total of 228/7, but it is cricket; anything could happen, an astonishing spell of bowling by English vice-captain changed the game on its head.

The away side, India was coasting on just 191/3 score when Shrubsole removed the key wicket of Poonam Raut, who scored 86.
Poonam’s departure put the pressure on the inexperienced middle order batsman as they were all out by just 219 runs in the 49th over.