England beat India to clinch their fourth ICC Womens World Cup title

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Punam Raut

Host England beat India by 9 runs in ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final at Lords on Sunday. Punam Raut and Harmanpreet Kaur’s remarkable fifty and Jhulan Goswami’s immense new-ball spell goes in pain. Anya Shrubsole won the World Cup single-handedly for England.

England won the ICC Womens World Cup Trophy for the fourth time.

Earlier, India restricted England to 228 for 7, after England won the toss and elected to bat first in the ICC Women’s World Cup final. For England, Natalie Sciver scored a battling 51 off 68 balls, while Sarah Taylor scored 45 off 62 balls. Jhulan Goswami was the pick of the bowlers for India, finishing the day with figures of 3-23 in 10 overs.

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