Captain Mithali Raj Would Have Never Done This Thing If She Knew That The Camera Is On

Indian women team played exceptionally well throughout the world cup tournament. People were glued to their television sets to see the women’s team performing. However in the final match against England, they lost by 9 runs. England won the toss and chose to bat first.

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They gave the whopping target of 229 which our team failed to chase. Even though they lost in the final match, they won thousands of hearts. A generation of young people has suddenly become aware of women’s team potential.

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At the award function Mithali Raj said that she is proud of her team, the way they came back to the game was appreciable. Her pride is certainly justified. After this tournament people will never see women’s team like before. team like before.

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The entire team’s performance led by Mithali surprised everyone. Harmanpreet’s batting reminded of Virendra Sehwag.

Team India not only won hearts with their spectacular performance on the pitch but also with their jolly nature outside the pitch. Meanwhile on the day of semifinals with Australia, ICC shared a video of Mithli Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy.

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This video is about during the match when Harmanpreet and Deepti Sharma was playing an excellent inning. Mithali Raj was out in the pavilion. Veda and Mitali were doing few dance moves but as soon as Mithali noticed the camera she stopped.

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When Mithali Raj was asked about the video she told that she was showing Veda a dance move that once she asked about. And if she knew about the camera, she would have never done this.

ICC captioned the pic, “Both Mithali Raj and Veda Krishnamurthy have not starred with the bat at #WWC18 but they have shown off their skills at dancing!”

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Earlier also, Mithali’s video of reading a book outside the field has gone viral. If you don’t know then let us tell you in the semi finals, Harmanpreet made 171 runs against Australia which brought India to the finals.

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