Tell me once that Sri Lanka had lost 4 wickets at 77 runs. But on the player’s side, the team scored 257 runs losing 9 wickets in the allotted 50 overs.
Sri Lanka batsman Chamari Atapattu scored an unbeaten 178 not out in the eighth match of the Women’s World Cup between Australia and Sri Lanka on 29 June. With this, these batsmen have become the second batsmen to make the most individual score in the Women’s World Cup. Chamari Atapattu faced 143 balls in his innings. During this, he scored 124.47 with 22 fours and 6 sixes.
Tell me once that Sri Lanka had lost 4 wickets at 77 runs. But on the player’s side, the team scored 257 runs losing 9 wickets in the allotted 50 overs. Apart from Chamari Atapattu, former Australia batsman BJ Shankar, who played an unbeaten 229 against Denmark on 16 December 1997. During this, he faced 155 balls and scored 22 boundaries.
Chamari Atapattu is the only batsman to score a hundred from Sri Lanka Women’s Team He played 111 innings in 2011, 106 runs in 2014. However, on 13 January 2015, he was out for 99 runs.
If compared to the Indian male team looking at the statistics, then it was only six runs away from breaking the record of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (183 not out) and Sourav Ganguly (183)