Smriti Mandhana Wrote A Heartfelt Message For Indian Cricket Fans

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Smriti Mandhana Writes An Open Note For The Fans: The Indian Women Cricket Team gave a stellar performance in the recently concluded ICC T20 World Cup 2020, which was held in Australia. Indian Women Cricket team impressed one and all with their brilliant display of cricket in the group stages and reached the final of the tournament.

India remained unbeaten in the group stage of the tournament and outplayed all the opposition teams in all three formats of the game. India started the tournament by defeating the host nation Australia and followed it up by defeating New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Smriti Mandhana Wrote A Heartfelt Message For Indian Cricket Fans

However, India were lucky to advance to the final of the ICC T20 World Cup. Rain played spoilsport in the semi-final between India and England and India benefited from it because they were the number 1 ranked team in Group A after the group stage.

There was huge excitement among fans for the final as it was the first time that the Indian Women Cricket team had reached the final of the ICC T20 World Cup. But, much to their disappointment, India lost the match in the most one-sided manner and Australia lifted the ICC T20 World Cup trophy for the fifth time.

The Indian cricket fans were disappointed but they stood behind their girls and appreciated their brilliant effort in the tournament. Today, India’s captain Smriti Mandhana took to Instagram and wrote an open-note for her fans and supporters. She said “sorry” to the fans and thanked them for supporting the Indian Women Cricket Team throughout the ICC T20 World Cup 2020.

I would like to thank all those who filled the MCG on the 8th March and the billions who supported us throughout. Really sorry that the results didn’t go in our favor but I’m overwhelmed by the support that we’ve been receiving and that kind of support is what keeps us going. I also wanted to take a moment to appreciate the efforts and the hard work the entire team and support staff have put in throughout this world cup. Really proud of this young team and I promise you all on behalf of my team that we will definitely work harder and come back stronger. Jai Hind”