India Ladies’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur needed to right the presenter on the post-match dialogue for referring to her as “Jemimah” (Rodrigues) following the workforce’s 108-run win over Bangladesh within the second ODI on the Sher-e-Bangla Nationwide Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on Wednesday, July 19.
India got here up with a scientific efficiency within the second ODI to sq. the three-match sequence 1-1. Despatched into bat after shedding the toss, the Ladies in Blue put up 228/8 of their 50 overs as Rodrigues top-scored with 86 off 78, whereas Harmanpreet contributed 52 off 88 balls. Rodrigues additionally claimed 4/3 with the ball as Bangladesh have been bundled out for 120 in 35.1 overs.
Whereas India’s dominance within the sport made headlines, a video from the post-match presentation is now going viral on social media wherein the presenter refers to Harmanpreet as Jemimah and will get corrected by the Indian skipper.
Within the clip, which is from the tip of the dialog between the Indian captain and the host, the latter is heard saying:
“Thanks very a lot, Jemimah. Congratulations.”
The Indian cricketer shortly corrects him and replies:
“Harmanpreet Kaur, thanks.”
Harmanpreet retired harm throughout her innings however returned later to finish a hard-fought half-century.
“That is going give our workforce plenty of confidence going forward” – Jemimah Rodrigues on win in 2nd ODI
Whereas Harmanpreet performed a big position in India’s win within the second ODI, Jemimah was undoubtedly the standout performer. Together with her all-round effort, she grew to become the primary Indian ladies’s cricketer to attain a fifty and declare 4 wickets in the identical ODI.
Jemimah mentioned after being named Participant of the Match within the must-win sport:
“One factor we spoke about is how we recover from the loss shortly as a result of we nonetheless have two extra video games to win the sequence. We are able to nonetheless make a comeback. And I believe I cherished what Nooshin di (head coach) instructed us that you recognize a champion workforce shouldn’t be a workforce who by no means fails or by no means or by no means loses, a champion workforce is a workforce who’re down and out and get again up from that and bounce again.
“In order that was the fundamental discuss and that is what our workforce confirmed. And I believe this is able to give us extra confidence from a fall from being criticized and from a low place to return again and, you recognize, once more show what Staff India is. I believe that is going give our workforce plenty of confidence going forward,” she added.
The third and deciding ODI of the series will likely be performed in Dhaka on Saturday, July 22.