Harmanpreet Kaur Has Created History By Scoring 103 Runs In The First Match Of The World Cup

Team India’s Lady Run Machine has already made its intentions in the match before the T-20 World Cup that any victories will be won. We are talking about the Indian women’s cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur. Who played a magnificent 103 runs in 51 balls in the first match of the T20 World Cup. This match was played against New Zealand.

Before that, in the semi-final match between India and Australia in 2017, it was 171 runs in 115 balls. In this innings, Harmanpreet scored 20 fours and 7 sixes. Harmanpreet’s strike rate in innings was 148.69. Thanks to this turn, Harmanpreet had challenged many records.

If you talk about Harmanpreet’s career, he became a part of Team India on March 7, 2009. They played their first match against Pakistan. This was Harmanpreet’s first ODI match. On August 13, 2014, Harmanpreet made his Test debut against England. In 2016, Harmanpreet got the command of the Indian T-20 team. Harmanpreet has played two Test matches, 49 ODIs and 54 T20 matches from India.

Harmanpreet’s full name is Ramanpreet Harmanpreet Kaur Bhullar. He was born on March 8 1989, in Moga, Punjab. Her parents Harminder Singh Bhullar and Satwinder Kaur told that their daughter was born on 8 March 1989 i.e. on the occasion of International Women Day i.e. Harman did his primary education from Bhupindra Khalsa Girls School and 10th Government Senior Secondary School. Harmanpreet, the eldest of three siblings, played hockey and athletics in school. However, later he got into his cricketing career. Harmanpreet is lighting the name of Punjab in all over the world.

Akash Kumar
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