England pulled off a pulsating victory in the women’s cricket World Cup final at a packed Lord’s against a talented Indian side.
England took the crease first and underwhelmed with the bat scoring a chaseable 229.
That despite a 51 from Natalie Sciver and 45 from Sarah Taylor.
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India were well on course at 191 for 3, cue Anja Shrubsole who got Punam Raut lbw for 86, which lit the fuse for a collapse.
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Shrubsole went on to dish up a devastating spell of 5-11 in 19 deliveries to spark ecstatic celebrations.
England the world champions by nine runs.