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Poonam Yadav says Smriti Mandhana can hit a double ton in ODI

Poonam Yadav believes that from the current women's team Smriti Mandhana can hit a double ton in ODI

The women Indian cricket team’s bowler, Poonam Yadav feels that from the current team Smiriti Mandhana is able to hit a double ton in one-day international cricket.

As everyone is in the self-isolation period in India. The fans and their favorite cricket players are spending time on twitter with Q&A sessions. After Mitchell McClenaghan’s Twitter Q&A session now Smriti Mandhana started the Q&A session and her fans can’t resist themselves to ask her about her opinions about her teammates.

In her Q&A session on Sunday, A fans of her asked Yadav: “#AskPY @poonam_yadav24 

whom do u think can hit a double ton in ODI from women in blue? In reply to the question, she wrote

“I think @mandhana_smriti. What do you think?”

Here is a glimpse of her Tweet

And naturally, another twitter user asked her the name of the toughest batter she has bowled so far and the reply of the spinner was Sophie Devine.

Not long ago, the Indian team lost

ICC Women’s T20 World Cup final against Australia with a huge difference of 85 runs.

In the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup series, Yadav bagged 10 wickets including the mesmerizing 4 wickets haul against Australia in the opening match of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup series.

Moreover, the right-hand spinner was the only Indian player to feature in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup team of the tournament. Which was announced by the ICC (International Cricket Council) just after the WWC premier tournament.

Written by James Robertson

James Robertson is the senior editor of Top Cricket News. James has been reporting on Big Bash League in Australia. James is based in London and covers all the latest updates on Big Bash League and Indian Premier League. When he’s not busy in the newsroom, James enjoys surfing.

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