Shafali Verma | Shafali Verma hit three sixes against England Women Test and make a World Record
Shefali Verma  |  Photo Credits: Twitter
- Shefali performed brilliantly in the debut test
- He batted in both the innings
- Shefali has also made a world record
Indian women’s cricket team’s young opener Shefali Verma performed brilliantly in the one-off test against England. He showed his bat in both the innings. This was Shefali’s debut Test and she lashed out at the English bowlers with her quick batting. 17-year-old Shefali made many records in the Bristol Test. At the same time, when she was out in the second innings on Saturday, before that she gave another big feat. Shefali is the first female player to achieve this special feat.
World record made by hitting sixes
Shefali Verma made her Test debut on England soil with a scintillating innings of 96 runs. He faced 152 balls in the first innings and hit 13 fours and 2 sixes. After this he batted well in the second innings as well. Shefali scored 63 runs in 83 balls with 11 fours and 1 six. He hit a total of 3 sixes in both the innings and made a world record. Shefali has become the first woman cricketer in history to hit three sixes in a test match. Before her, no female cricketer could do this.
Shefali Verma made a new record
Earlier, Shefali had made another record. She has become the first Indian woman player to score more than 50 runs in both the innings of the debut test. Also, Shefali is also the youngest player to score half-centuries in both the innings of the debut test. Shefali is the fourth woman cricketer in the world to have scored 50-plus in both the innings of the first Test of her career. Shefali is a fan of former explosive opener Virender Sehwag and bats just like him.
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