PM conveys his best wishes to women's cricket team for the World Cup finals


By Our Sports Affairs Bureau

NEW DELHI/LONDON: The Prime Minister,  Narendra Modi has conveyed his best wishes to the women’s cricket team for the World Cup finals on Sunday. “As our women’s cricket team plays the World Cup finals today, I join the 125 crore Indians in wishing them the very best.

Captain Mithali Raj has been leading from the front. Her cool approach to the game shall surely help the entire team. All the best Smriti Mandhana. Have a great game out there and play with calm and poise.

India wishes Poonam Raut the very best for the Women’s World Cup Final. Her game makes all of us very proud.

Who is not a fan of Harmanpreet Kaur? Her stellar innings in semi finals will always be remembered. Do your best . Good luck to Deepti Sharma for the finals. She adds immense value to the team & her game has changed the course of many matches. The experienced Veda Krishnamurthy gives a much needed stability to the middle order. All the best for today.

Sushma Verma plays the important role of the wicket keeper. Remember, catches win matches. Jhulan Goswami is India’s pride, whose wonderful bowling helps the team in key situations. All the best Jhulan. Shikha Pandey’s all round performances are crucial to the team. Best of luck.

Poonam Yadav’s fantastic bowling can be lethal for even the best batsmen. Best wishes. Rajeshwari Gayakwad is known for her economic bowling performances. Good luck,” the Prime Minister said.





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