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OTD| Australia won their seventh women’s ODI World Cup title in 2022

OTD| Australia won their seventh women's ODI World Cup title in 2022

Two years back on this day, In 2022, Australia secured their seventh Women’s ODI World Cup title in a stunning display of skill, determination, and teamwork. Led by their seasoned captain and star players, the Australian team showcased their dominance throughout the tournament, captivating fans with their exceptional performances on the field.

From the opening match to the final showdown, Australia exhibited impeccable tactics and resilience, overcoming formidable opponents with ease. Their journey to the title was marked by thrilling victories and memorable moments that solidified their place in history.

The team’s success was a testament to their unwavering dedication to the sport and the countless hours of hard work put in by both players and coaching staff. With a blend of experience and youthful energy, Australia’s squad proved to be a force to be reckoned with, leaving a lasting impression on the global stage.

Alyssa Healy received Player of the Match and series

The 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup final between Australia and England was a thrilling encounter that showcased the highest level of cricketing skill and intensity. Australia, led by their formidable captain Meg Lanning, won the toss and elected to bat first, setting a mammoth target of 357 runs for England to chase. The Australian team’s batting lineup displayed their prowess, with standout performances from Alyssa Healy (170 off 138 balls), Beth Mooney (62 off 47 balls), and Rachael Haynes (68 runs off 93 balls), who collectively laid a solid foundation for their team’s innings. 

In response, England’s batting order faced a formidable challenge against Australia’s disciplined bowling unit led by Megan Schutt, Alana King and Jess Jonassen. Schutt picked up 2 and King and Jess picked up 3 wickets each. Despite losing early wickets, England’s middle-order batter Nat Sciver, showed her resilience and determination, keeping the chase alive. She scored a brilliant knock of 148 off 121 balls. But she could not help her team over the finishing line. Australia all out at 285 in 43.2 overs and on this day, Australia won their 7th ODI World Cup by 71 runs.

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