Theft In Team India’s Wicket-Keeper’s Room: The Crooks Took Away Tania Bhatia’s Bag Full of Cash, Cards, Watches, And Jewelry
Indian women’s cricket team’s wicket-keeper Tania Bhatia’s hotel room has been robbed. Thieves have taken away my bag full of cash, cards, watches, and jewelry, from his room. The shocking thing is that this incident happened in the room of a multi-national hotel.
The 24-year-old wicket-keeper batsman shared this information with his fans in a social post. He wrote in a post that he ‘Shocked and disappointed with the Marriott Hotel Management. There was a burglary in my room. My bag full of cash, cards, watches, and jewelry, has been stolen. There is no arrangement at Marriott Hotel. Hope this matter will be investigated and resolved soon. Such an incident in the favorite hotel of the England Cricket Board is full of astonishment. Hope they also take note.
Let us inform that Team India has returned from England tour a day earlier. Tania did not get a chance to play a single ODI or T20 match on the tour.
Clean sweep for the first time in England
Team India has made a clean sweep for the first time in England. They have won 3-0 in the 3-match ODI series. Indian team won the last match by 16 runs. Playing first at Lord’s on 24 September, the team scored 169 runs. After that, the English batsmen were dismissed for 153 runs in 43.3 overs. Opener Smriti Mandhana scored 50 runs.
While Deepti Sharma scored an unbeaten 68. Pooja Vastrakar added 22 runs. England bowler Kate Cross got four successes. In response, Dan Charlie, the number 8 batsman from the host team, scored the highest 48 runs. He was dismissed Mankading out on the lines of Ashwin by Deepti Sharma.
The series was in discussion due to Mankading
The last match of the ODI series was also in discussion due to the Mankading controversy of Indian spinner Deepti Sharma. Mankading run out to Deepti Charlie. Many English cricketers including this Stuart Broad condemned Deepti. In such a situation, Indian players and fans came in his support. Then the rhetoric intensified the discussion of Mankading’s Fair and Unfair. This cricket place was divided into two factions.