Smriti Mandhana
In the Pink Ball Test against Australia on Friday, Smriti Mandhana scored her first-ever Test century.

Cricketer Smriti Mandhana made her first century in a test match against Australia on Friday in Queensland.

A century by Indian women’s cricket opener Smriti Mandhana on Day 2 of the pink-ball Test against Australia in Queensland gave the visitors a commanding lead for their side on Friday, adding yet another chapter to her illustrious international career. Mandhana, who had an overnight score of 80 not out when she resumed, hit a boundary for her first Test century. The fact that she became the first Indian woman to score a century on Australian soil was a significant milestone. The Indian women’s team was 276/5 at stumps after the second day’s play when she was dismissed for 127.

Indian cricket fans praised the southpaw for her outstanding batting performance, and she quickly became a social media sensation. One tweet, in particular, stood out among the many praising her performance. Harleen Kaur Deol, a fellow Indian cricketer, said that. Deol decided to engage in some banter while many in the cricket community were praising Mandhana for her batting.

He shared an image of Mandhana celebrating her century with the caption, “Alexa please play: ‘oh haseena zulfo vali!!!'” @mandhana smriti,” in reference to the song by Haseena Zulfo Vali.

It was only natural that Mandhana, who was well-known for her witty social media posts, would respond the same way to Deol. “Alexa, please mute @imharleenDeol,” she wrote in response to someone else’s voice command.

Following Mandhana’s performance, many Indian cricket fans have reacted favorably to the tweet and her response, praising her for her efforts as well as enjoying the banter between the two players.

The following are some Twitter users’ reactions to the tweet:

On Saturday, India’s batting will be resumed by Deepti Sharma and Taniya Bhatia.

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