File photograph of Pooja Vastrakar.© Instagram
India all-rounder Pooja Vastrakar has recovered from COVID-19 and is ready to affix the ladies’s cricket staff on the Commonwealth Games. Vastrakar and S Meghana needed to keep again in India after contracting COVID-19 forward of their scheduled departure. While Meghana performed towards Pakistan on Sunday, Vastrakar will likely be accessible for the ultimate league sport towards Barbados on August 3. Her presence lends steadiness to the staff mixture.
“She will be arriving later tonight,” an Indian Olympic Association (IOA) supply advised PTI.
After a dissapointing loss in its match opener towards Australia, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led Indian staff thrashed arch-rivals Pakistan by eight wickets.
One of the star performers for India towards Pakistan was spin all-rounder Sneh Rana, who took two wickets in the identical over in her comeback sport.
“It’s a special feeling – everything we planned in the net sessions worked out. It’s always a special when you play against Pakistan, but it’s also just another game,” she stated after the sport.
On the group at Edgbaston, which is believed to be a report crowd for a impartial ladies’s cricket match performed in England, she added: “It’s fun playing in front of a huge crowd, when some of them are cheering for you. I could hear some of the fans cheering my name on the boundary and that felt really good.”
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