England's women cricketers queens of the cricketing world

England's women cricketers queens of the cricketing world
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England beat India to win the cricket World Cup


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.

On top of the world\#WWC17 champions! #GoBoldlypic.twitter.com/sbMnMqOVZc

— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 23, 2017

That despite a 51 from Natalie Sciver and 45 from Sarah Taylor.

Amazing advert for women’s cricket! Well done englandcricket</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/wwc17?src=hash">#wwc17</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/winners?src=hash">#winners</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/AlexHartley93">AlexHartley93pic.twitter.com/83vPdqAwWf

— LCB Women & Girls (@LCBWandG) July 23, 2017

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.

WICKET! Anya_shrubsole</a> has FIVE!<br>India 218-9<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/WWC17?src=hash">#WWC17</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/GoBoldly?src=hash">#GoBoldly</a> <a href="https://t.co/ZOzd2JcYGA">pic.twitter.com/ZOzd2JcYGA</a></p>— England Cricket (englandcricket) July 23, 2017

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.

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