Anjum Chopra
Anjum Chopra gives Harmanpreet Kaur chocolate on her 33rd birthday.

Harmanpreet’s playful exchange with Anjum continued as she requested a gift from the latter. Anjum’s “present” to the India batter was actually a chocolate bar. Anjum wished Harmanpreet a merry Christmas as she savored the chocolate “victories and runs.

ICC Women’s World Cup vice-captain, Harmanpreet Kaur, is enjoying her 33rd birthday today in New Zealand. It is currently the middle-order batsman’s job to prepare for India’s second match of the tournament, which will be contested against New Zealand on Thursday. On Sunday, India thrashed archrival Pakistan by an innings and a half.

Anjum Chopra, a former Indian captain, and pundit met with Harmanpreet after a training session before the match. Harmanpreet can be seen in a video shared by the International Cricket Council asking Anjum for a birthday cake.

Continuing their playful exchange, Harmanpreet asked Anjum for a gift. Anjum’s “present” to the India batter was a chocolate bar, much to the amazement of the latter. Anjum wished Harmanpreet a merry Christmas as she was ecstatic over the chocolate she had received “Run and come out on top.

Running, CWC22 triumphs, and an extra little treat for Harmanpreet Kaur’s birthday were all featured in this Instagram video from ICC.

India thrashed arch-rivals Pakistan by 107 runs in Mount Maunganui on Sunday to begin their ICC Women’s World Cup campaign in the best possible way. At 96/1 with opener Smriti Mandhana on 52, India seemed solid in their first innings. However, they were reduced to 114/6 after losing four wickets in rapid succession. With the help of Sneh Rana’s undefeated 53, India reached 244/7 from their 50 overs. Indian bowler Rajeshwari Gayakwad finished with stats of 4/31 as India easily defeated Pakistan by bowling them out for 137 runs.

With the bat, captain Mithali Raj had a poor performance but she was still able to make her sixth appearance at a World Cup, making her only the third cricketer in history to do so and the first woman to do so.

Raj, on the other hand, was unfazed by her firing because her team had fulfilled its goal.

“As thrilled as I am that we won the first game, I know there is much more to be done. A lot of strain is put on the middle order when you lose wickets. the top order must score runs in such a major competition like this “A statement made by Raj during his post-match presentation ceremony.

“Our batting lineup benefits from the presence of all-rounders like Sneh (Rana), Deepti (Sharma), and Pooja (Vastrakar). I sincerely hope Pooja recovers in time for the upcoming match.”

When Rana and Vastrakar stood, Pakistan was hoping to keep India at bay after reducing the Indians to 114 for six.

Spinners Nida Dar (2/45) and Nashra Sandhu (2/36) each claimed two wickets for Pakistan in the match against India.

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