IND vs SA: Harmanpreet Kaur Ruled Out Of First T20I Against South Africa | Cricket News

India vs South Africa: Harmanpreet Kaur Ruled Out Of First T20I

India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur has been dominated out of the first women’s T20 International of the three-match collection towards South Africa resulting from an damage, vice-captain Smriti Mandhana stated on Friday. Harmanpreet suffered a hip-flexor damage whereas batting within the fifth ODI towards South Africa on Wednesday. The collection opener shall be held on Saturday. “She (Harmanpreet) is out of tomorrow’s match and rest of the update on her condition will be given by the medical team,” Mandhana, a left-handed opener, stated throughout a digital pre-match press convention.

India have been outplayed by South Africa within the ladies’s ODI collection with the guests pocketing the rubber 1-4.

But Mandhana stated the ODI collection is a factor of the previous as their focus shifts to the T20 rubber.

“We will try to forget the ODIs and focus on the T20 series. Yes, the ODI series was a disappointment but we need to forget that and move ahead. Some new faces have come in the team, so we need to think fresh,” Mandhana stated.

“We had a discussion on how to go about our preparation, what went wrong in the ODI series and how to go forward. We now need to concentrate on the T20s. We are now looking at the ODI series as a preparation for T20 series.”

The Indian ladies have been very sloppy within the discipline throughout the ODI collection and Mandhana pressured on engaged on that side of the sport.

“We have been in the process in the last 3-4 years. Few catches have dropped in the ODis, but we need to get on with a fresh mind in the T20 series and leave behind the ODI series disappointment,” she stated.


She additionally identified that the spinners, India’s greatest power, need to pull up their socks within the T20 collection.

“Spinners are our biggest strength. Definitely, they (spinners) were not bad but inconsistent in their bowling (in the ODI series). But if we keep pitching the ball in the same same areas, it will become difficult for batters,” Mandhana stated.

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