Deepti Sharma Shines: Achieves Century of Wickets in Women's ODI - A Landmark for Indian Cricket

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On Tuesday, Deepti Sharma, the outstanding player for the Indian women's cricket team, accomplished something significant. In ODI  she amassed hundreds of wickets. By getting one wicket in the third ODI match against Australia, Deepti accomplished this achievement. Australia's top run scorer, Phoebe Litchfield (119), was removed by her. Deepti has made her way into a strong club. In Women's ODI IDO, she has been the fourth bowler from India to reach 100 wickets. In 86 games, he performed this.

Prior to Deepti, Jhulan Goswami, Neetu Devi, and Nooshin Al Khadeer had all achieved the distinction of taking 100 or more wickets for India. Jhulan finished his career with 255 wickets. On the other hand, Khadir led 100 players and David led 141 players to the pavilion. 

Regarding the game, Australia won the toss and elected to bat, forcing the Indian side to search for the opening wicket. Lichfield and skipper Alyssa Healy (82), who put up 189 runs for the first wicket, forged a significant partnership.

Pooja Vastrakar ended this partnership in the 29th over by bowled Healy. Lichfield and Healy's 189 runs contributed make it the biggest opening partnership in One-Day Internationals against India. Lichfield and Healy broke the record set by Liesl Lee and Laura Wolvaardt in 2021 with a partnership of 169 runs. Australia won the third ODI with a massive total of 338/7. In the 40th over, Lichfield made his way back to the pavilion as the fifth man. Shreyanka Patil, the Indian host, claimed three wickets at maximum.

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