The Indian Women’s team has got a 2-0 lead against West Indies in the ongoing three-match ODI series with West Indies. The second ODI victory was dominated by a five-wicket win in Mulapudu on Sunday.

The West Indies team scored 153 runs for seven wickets. The Indian team managed to chase the target in 38 overs. Opening players Smriti Mandhana and Captain Mithali Raj took the lead, scoring 44 and 45 runs respectively. Deepti Sharma also contributed to the win by adding 32 runs to the score.

The series has one more match to be played between the two teams.

The West Indies team could not have made over 150 runs if it wasn’t for Deandra Dottin, who made 63 runs after seeing her team struggle at 58 runs for four wickets. She batted with Merissa Aguilleira and made about 70 runs.

Veteran Jhulan Goswami and Ekta Bisht were declared the best bowlers in the match, taking two wickets each. It was not a tough match for the Indian team to win as Mandhana and Sharma put up a consistent fleet to make 63 runs before the opener got out after the 26th over.

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