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IndW vs NZW, Guyana

India Women won by 34 runs

NZW - 160/9 (20 Ovs)
IndW - 194/5 (20 Ovs)

Summary Scorecard

In the end, with 44 to win off the last over, it really was pretty one-sided. India will take a lot of heart from this start in the tournament, but they will certainly be wary of peaking too early and getting complacent in this short tournament - even a single bad day can cost you. NZ, on the other hand, will need to reflect on this performance, particularly with the ball, and perhaps avoid looking like they're out of options in three days time when they play Australia. Still early days, so there's a lot of scope for redemption. Head over to the second game of the triple-header as Australia and Pakistan take on each other in less than 2 hours. For now, the trio consisting of Abhinand, Praveen and Rishi bids you goodbye - for about 90 minutes. We'll be back. Soon.

Amy Satterthwaite, NZ captain: We had seen their key players in the competitions around the world, so we know their team pretty well. To be honest, we got outplayed today. Tahuhu was fantastic in the beginning, that's what she's there for. Really disappointed with how we failed to execute plans today. Fantastic innings by Harman, but need to have answers to counter something like that. I don't think the decision to not take the DRS early was poor - they weren't really howlers so we didn't want to use them up. It's hard when you've tried all your options, and it wasn't until the end of the innings that we finally did something right. I told them that we needed to be clear on our plan when we went out to chase the total. Actually I'm really proud of the way the girls played today, they showed a lot of confidence and it'll be good for us going forward. We have three days now to rest and reflect so that we can come back better against Australia.

Harmanpreet Kaur, Player of the Match and India captain: Excited, but it is just the beginning, still a long way to go. There are a lot of areas we need to improve. As a team, we need to improve a lot. I knew if I settle down, I can go for my shots. Jemimah played really well. When you are hitting well, you need someone who can rotate the strike. Credit goes to her, she also played really well. She is very mature. As a bowling unit, we need to improve. We need to improve in the first six overs. Yesterday I had a bit of fever, feeling really well after winning the game. (On coach Ramesh Powar) Winning and losing is part of the game. The time he arrived, our mindset changed and that's a plus point. He has a lot of experience and that is helping us. We are really happy to have him in the team. Mithali is one of our key players. She hasn't scored much in the first six overs. If she bats later, she can get the runs. We are happy the way she helps us. She (Jemimah Rodrigues) likes to express herself and never takes pressure. We need young players who are excited to play international cricket.

14:07 Local Time, 18:07 GMT, 23:37 IST: Wow, that was a bit one-sided wasn't it? Utter domination by the Indian women today. They've announced themselves in this tournament, and they ain't no pushovers fellas! Harmanpreet and Jemimah, still in the post-Diwali hangover, put on a display of fireworks here in Guyana to get India to the highest total in WWT20 history. Jemimah played the supporting role, whereas Harman, the star of the show, brought up the first ever hundred for India in T20Is. The Kiwis needed to produce something special, and they were in the hunt initially with a quick 52-run opening partnership. The spinners, though, brought about a top-order collapse after that, they started to improvise as opposed to sticking to percentage cricket, and it was only a matter of time before they succumbed to the scoreboard pressure.

19.6 Radha Yadav to Hayley Jensen, out Stumped! Boom, that's how you wrap it up India! Flat outside off and turning away, Hayley Jensen is down the wicket to hoick it away, gets beaten by the turn and the 'keeper whips off the bails to give Radha her second wicket. That's it - a phenomenal start for India - they've won by a convincing 34 runs. Hayley Jensen st Bhatia b Radha Yadav 1(2)

Radha Yadav to Hayley Jensen, THAT'S OUT!! Stumped!!

Amelia Kerr, right handed bat, comes to the crease

19.5 Radha Yadav to Kasperek, out Caught by Deepti Sharma! Another fantastic catch by Deepti! Fired in full towards the middle-stump, Kasperek shimmies down the wicket and cross-bats it straight down the ground, gets a bit of a top-edge and it's dipping on Deepti who dives forward to take another phenomenal catch! What an athlete she is! Kasperek c Deepti Sharma b Radha Yadav 19(9) [4s-4]

Radha Yadav to Kasperek, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

19.4 Radha Yadav to Kasperek, no run, tossed up and it lands in the blockhole on off-stump, Kasperek squirts it out to cover

19.3 Radha Yadav to Kasperek, FOUR, the very same ball and the very same shot as 19.2, only this time, she gets a top-edge over the in-field for four through fine leg

19.2 Radha Yadav to Kasperek, FOUR, slow through the air, on a length on middle, Kasperek shuffles across, and shovels the forced-sweep with a full-body swivels over backward square leg for four

19.1 Radha Yadav to Hayley Jensen, 1 run, fired in on middle and leg, Hayley Jensen comes down the track and whips it away towards wide long-on for a single

Radha Yadav [3.0-0-22-0] is back into the attack

Just formalities now. 44 required off 6. Radha Yadav to bowl her/the final over.

18.6 Poonam Yadav to Kasperek, FOUR, goes through straight on, a tad short, Kasperek rocks back and slaps it away in front of point, through point and cover point in fact, for four

Hayley Jensen, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.5 Poonam Yadav to Katey Martin, out Caught by Harmanpreet Kaur! Leg-break again, slow through the air, Katey Martin throws her bat at it, cross-batted, and gets a top-edge that lobs towards the captain at wide mid-off who accepts it gleefully. Looks like it's the final nail in the coffin for NZ. Katey Martin c Harmanpreet Kaur b Poonam Yadav 39(25) [4s-8]

Poonam Yadav to Katey Martin, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

18.4 Poonam Yadav to Katey Martin, FOUR, full and wide, tossed up outside off, Katey Martin comes down the track to cut off the angle and gets room to free her arms, lofts it inside out over extra cover for four

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