Christchurch [New Zealand]March 27 (ANI): Mignon du Presse, who won half a century and scored the winning streak on the last goal when South Africa beat India at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup on Sunday, said she was lucky to support the team throughout the tournament .

In the final Du Pre reached fifty. Needed the only one from the last ball, Du Preez easily sent the ball through the middle of the goal when India dropped out of the World Cup.

“I was very lucky, the girls supported me all the time, I didn’t have the best start to the tournament with a bat, but what I was able to do today was very special for us. The most important thing was to take it deeply. When I came in, there were still quite a few overs, and we knew that if we actually gave us some time, it would be easier, ”Mignon du Pr said in a post-match presentation.

“Me and Cap said again that we just need to dig as deep as we can because we know what Chloe can do. She’s crossed a couple of limits. It (this knock) means a lot, it’s been a tough few weeks if I haven’t contributed contribute as much as I would like. To do this when it’s most important, and get a boost right into the semifinals, I’ll do it anytime of the week. (Message to fans) We can’t do this without you, thank you so much for all the support “, – she added.

Half a century after the Death of Mandhan, Shafali Verma and Mithali Raj translated India in 274/7 in their 50 avers after choosing the first strike. While Proteas has distracted him in the last two overs with the gates of Rich Ghosh and Harmanprit Kaur to limit India 274/7.

Two beats Laura Vulvaardt and Lara Goodall talked about their 100-mile partnership in the 21st, when South Africa was looking for a productive result.

With the victory, South Africa stopped India’s race at the 2022 ICC Women’s World Cricket Championship and organized a semi-final match against the reigning English champions. (ANI)

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