At the 2022 Commonwealth Games, India defeated Pakistan by eight wickets in its second match. With this Team India win, India captain Harmanpreet Kaur has overtaken former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in terms of winning the most matches in T20I cricket. Harmanpreet Kaur is now India’s captain for winning the most matches in the shortest form of cricket. The Indian team dominated the entire match against Pakistan. By hitting first, India had set a target of 100 rounds to win against India, on the basis of the unbeaten innings of the unbeaten half-century in the opener Smriti Mandhana, India easily achieved this result.
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India’s 42nd win in T20I cricket under Harmanpreet Kaur while the men’s team won 41 matches under Dhoni. Harmanpreet Kaur became India’s most successful captain after defeating Pakistan. However, to become the most successful captain in women’s cricket, she will have to work a little more. In women’s cricket, England’s Charlotte Edwards (68) and Australia’s Meg Lanning (64) are ahead of Harmanpreet Kaur.
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Under the leadership of Dhoni, India played 71 matches in which Team India had to face defeat in 28 matches with 41 wins. On the other hand, if we talk about captain Harmanpreet Kaur, under her leadership, India team has scored 42 wins in 71 matches, while India has to face defeat in 26 matches.
India defeated Pakistan by eight wickets in the Group A match at the 2022 Commonwealth Games to claim their first win of the tournament. Hitting first, Pakistan had set a goal of 100 rounds in 18 times to beat India in a rain-hit match. India achieved this result in 11.4 increments based on the turbulent half-century innings of Smriti Mandana. This is India’s first win in Group A, while Pakistan are knocked out after losing their second match in a row. In the group, India beats Barbados and Australia with a net run rate of +1.520.
India’s third and final Group A match will be against Barbados on August 3. If India wins this match, it will qualify for the semi-finals.