Australia posted a nine-wicket victory over India in the first T20I match . Australia posted a total of 1725 in their 20 overs batting first .
India Maharashtra (Maharashtra) December 10: After losing to Australia in the first T20I match, Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur said her team gave up too many boundaries and their fielding was not up to par.On Friday, Australia posted a nine-wicket victory over India as part of the first T20I of the five-match series at the Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, after opener Beth Mooney destroyed the Indian bowlers.We were in the game until the 13th round, which was a decent total.But, after that, we left out too many boundaries and even the fielding was awful.Radha is one of our finest fielders, and I believe it takes place.We have to take those chances to win, however.It did, depending on whether dew played a role.Our bowlers were putting our best foot forward. In a post-match presentation, Harmanpreet said, You have to take those chances to win.India scored 1725 in their 20 overs when Australia was batting first.India was 764 in 11.2 overs at one time.Smriti Mandhana (28), Harmanpreet Kaur (21), and Jemimah Rodrigues were the only key players to contribute. Following this, the two Vaidya and Deepti Sharma (36* off just 15 balls) collected 40 runs in less than 20 balls to push their side to a good total.In her two innings, Ellyse Perry took (210).Kim Garth, Annabel Sutherland, and Ashleigh Gardner each received one scalp.With 173, openers Beth Mooney and captain Alyssa Healy (37 off 23 balls) put up a 73-run lead for the first wicket, which was broken by Vaidya. (40* out of 29 balls).With 11 balls to spare and nine wickets in hand, they both added 100 runs together and won Aussies the match.Mooney scored 89* on 16 fours and took the Man of the Match award for her effort.Australia currently has a 1-0 lead in the series.