Australia became world champion, won the title by defeating England by 71 runs, Healy scored a record 170 runs

New Delhi | Australia Won Women WC 2022: Australia won the tournament title for the seventh time after defeating England by 71 runs in the final of the Women’s World Cup 2022. Winning all their matches in the tournament, the women’s gang of the Australia team, which traveled to the final, did not let the England team stand anywhere in the final of the World Cup on Sunday.

Record breaking score of 356 runs
Batting first against England in the final match, Australia scored a record 356 runs in the stipulated 50 overs for the loss of five wickets. Which is the highest score in the final of the Women’s Cricket World Cup. In reply, England’s team was reduced to 285 runs in 43.4 overs. However, Natalie Sciver batted brilliantly for England, scoring 148 runs in 121 balls and remained unbeaten. Skiver has also become the third highest run-scorer in the World Cup final.

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Australia beat England in the final for the fourth time
The World Cup history of Australia and England has also been interesting. Australia has won the World Cup title seven times. At the same time, England has to face defeat in the final of the Women’s World for the fourth time. Every time Australia has defeated England.

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Australia’s Alyssa Healy scored a record 170 runs
Australia Won Women WC 2022: After losing the toss in the final of the World Cup 2022, the Australian team got off to a great start. Australian player Alyssa Healy batted vigorously and made the England bowlers sweat and scored a record 170 runs. After this, the bowlers of the Australian team kept the England batsmen tied. For Australia, King and Johnson took three wickets each. And Schutt got two wickets. Gardner and McGrath took a wicket each.

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Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.
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