On Saturday, India beat West Indies by 155 runs to win the ICC Women’s ODI World Cup for the second time, owing to centuries from opener Smriti Mandhana and vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur.
Batting first, Mandhana (119 off 123 balls) and Kaur (109 off 107 balls) put on a 184-run partnership to help India reach 317 for eight, their biggest World Cup total.
The Indians then bowled the West Indies out for 162 in 40.3 overs, using a concerted bowling attack.
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