Harmanpreet Kaur wants to live in the instant as the next 50-over World Cup in New Zealand has more time.
Mumbai: Present Indian women’s cricket team vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur is being potholed as the new leader but the hostile bats lady from Punjab isn’t even thinking about it. She wishes to live in the instant as the next 50-over World Cup in New Zealand has a quiet lot of time.
“Next World Cup will be in the year 2021 that is so far. We are playing perfectly and if we endure playing like this, it won’t matter who is the captain. We get hold of close this spell, next time hope we take the cup,” she stated here.
After affixing the innings in the semifinal contrary to defending champions Australia, she cut loose in the demise overs to blaze overall 171 off 115 balls with 20 fours and 7 sixes. “I wish to play like that, used to hit sixes from my childhood. I worked hard. My trainer told me if I my batting look unpleasant, I should stay at the crumple and I have done that in both semifinal and final. Regrettably in the final match after playing myself in, I had found the fielder in me,” said.
All through that blazing innings, Harmanpreet got irate on her partner Deepti Sharma simply by taking a double as she was impending her hundred. “I never see my single score. I didn’t wish to lose the wicket and just wanted to get a good total. Australia can bat hard and 250 in 42 overs won’t be hard for them. There was certain misunderstanding,” she said.
Harmanpreet was belligerent at the end of that innings and she self-confessed she dreaded missing out on final. “The physio succeeded my injury well to make sure I can play final match. I always work on my fitness. I love playing football which retains me fit,” she said.