India vs Pakistan Women’s Asia Cup T20 final Match Highlights 2016▶IND beat PAK by 17 runs

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INDW 121/5 (20 Ovs)
PAKW 104/6 (20 Ovs)

India Women won by 17 runs

PLAYER OF THE MATCH: Mithali Raj

India women’s cricket team won the Asia Cup T20 after beating arch-rivals Pakistan in the final of the regional tournament by 17 runs. Played in Bangkok, India had beaten Pakistan in the group stages too and made it two-in-two in the final on Sunday. The win stretches India’s unbeaten run in the Asia Cup to 32 matches and it is their sixth Asia Cup crown.
Batting first, India scored 121/5 with veteran Mithali Raj scoring the lion’s share of the runs. Opening the inning, she scored 73 runs and remained not out till the end. None of the other batsmen clicked barring Jhulan Goswami who scored 17.
In reply, Pakistan enjoyed good runs with the openers Ayesha Zafar (15) and Javeria Khan (22) but the tail didn’t produce the required runs to get them over the finishing line. Skipper Bismah Maroof also chipped in with 25 but couldn’t get the job done.

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India women’s team beat Pakistan by 17 runs to win Asia Cup

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