Women's Asia Cup

Harmanpreet Kaur-led India women got off to a flying start at the Women's Asia Cup as they routed Sri Lanka by 41 runs on Saturday.

Stellar Harmanpreet

Women's Team India captain Harmanpreet Kaur impressed by contributing with 33 off 30 in team's winning cause as she smoked a six and two fours.

Queen of Sixes

Harmanpreet made a sensational record after hitting a six and now she has become the only batter to hit more than 50 sixes as a skipper in women's T20I cricket.

Sophie Devine

New Zealand's captain Sophie Devine is just behind Harmanpreet as she has smashed 43 sixes in women's T20Is as skipper.

Meg Lanning

In this list, the name of Australia women's captain Meg Lanning is also included as she has smoked 39 sixes being a skipper.

92-run partnership

Harmanpreet partnered with Jemimah Rodrigues, who scored a match-winning 76 runs, as the duo weaved a partnership of 92 runs between them.

Jemimah stars

Jemimah scored 76 off 53 balls with 11 fours and a six against Sri Lanka to help India set a competitive total of 151 runs.

Women's Team India bundled out Sri Lanka for just 109 runs riding on exceptional bowling and clinched an emphatic 41-run victory.

Emphatic victory

Dayalan Hemalatha took the most three wickets for India in the winning cause while two wickets each were picked by Deepti Sharma and Pooja Vastrakar.

Hemalatha shines

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