The Indian Cricket in recent time has drown under pressure. The question is whether India can jump back?
Australia Women 86 for 0 (Healy 54*, Lanning 30*) beat India Women 85 (Kaur 32, Hunter 4-15, Perry 2-11) by ten wickets
The India Men Cricket team recently smashed out of CB series in Australia, and Asia cup 2012 in Bangladesh.
Not surprisingly the India Women Cricket team met a clean sweep against the Australia Women, as well as slips to the 2nd spot in the ICC cricket rankings. Now India women are into another format T20, Australia women thrashed India women in a 10 wicket victory campaign.Australia Women's complete domination of India Women continued with another one-sided victory in the fourth Twenty20. Medium-pacer Julie Hunter had India on the back foot in the very first over with two strikes, and the hosts were eventually bundled out for 85, a total that did not pose the slightest challenge to Australia.
Hunter's twin strikes were followed by a wicket in the next over, after which Harmanpreet Kaur and Anjum Chopra crawled to 47 for 3 in 10.5 overs. Once the pair were dismissed, the rest of the batsmen surrendered tamely, with Hunter picking up two more wickets and Ellyse Perry helping herself to two.
Australia's openers took care of the modest target, with Alyssa Healy playing the aggressor and hitting six fours and a six in her 54 off 44 balls, and Meg Lanning trotting to a run-a-ball 30.
And the future of Indian cricket for both men and women team was a quiet challenge. Will they overcome these losses? can Indian cricket make a come back? Who will have to answer these quests?