Harmanpreet Kaur, captain of India women's team, said she and her squad had moved on from the controversial incidents when they last faced Bangladesh as the two teams lock horns in the Asian Games semifinals in Hangzhou on Sunday.
Harmanpreet Kaur is set to be summoned by BCCI president Roger Binny and NCA head VVS Laxman over her inappropriate conduct during and after the third ODI against Bangladesh in Mirpur, revealed board secretary Jay Shah on Thursday.
During the ODI series-decider between Bangladesh and India in Mirpur yesterday that ended in a dramatic draw, the pressure of a high-stakes encounter had apparently got the better of Harmanpreet Kaur.
"It was a great match, a great experience. The way the girls fought; it was unbelievable. After the break, we were talking about the two ways the game would go - either we will go hard on them or they will. Nahida bowled really well. To all the bowlers, it was an excellent performance,” said Joty during post-match presentation
India comprehensively beat Bangladesh by 108 in the second ODI to level the three-match series 1-1 at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur on Wednesday.
India and Mumbai captain Harmanpreet Kaur got the tournament off to a rollicking start, scoring 65 off 30 balls to power her side to a total of 207, before Saika Ishaque took four wickets as Gujarat were skittled out for 64.
India are looking to a new generation of talented young cricketers led by teenage batter Shafali Verma to propel them to a first Women's T20 World Cup title this month.
It feels like a lifetime ago that rockstar Alyssa Healy and pop star Katy Perry lit up the MCG at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020.
India captain Harmanpreet Kaur insisted her side had committed no "crime" after sealing victory over England at Lord's on Saturday with a run-out at the non-striker's end.