Veda Krishnamurthy, the backbone of Indian women's team middle-order, broke into the Karnataka senior team at the age of 13 and became an integral part of it in no time. The fittest among all in the Indian camp, Veda impressed the spectators the most with her impeccable fielding. Having played 53 T20Is for India, Veda has 647 runs to her name with a half-century as her career-best knock.read more
India will have a psychological advantage going into the final as they had stunned the defending champions by 17 runs in the tournament opener.
Indian batsman Veda Krishnamurthy has urged her teammates to not be complacent after victory against Australia in the opener of the T20 World Cup.
Krishnamurthy urged the BCCI to schedule more matches under lights so that the players can acclimatise with all playing conditions. Most of the women's matches are scheduled during the day.
Kaur confirmed the news on her Twitter page by posting a promotional video of the same.
The New Zealand tour will be the team's first assignment after its controversial exit from the World T20 last month when it lost to England in the semi-finals.
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After picking up a brilliant catch to send Australia’s in-form batter Beth Mooney back to the pavilion, Veda Krishnamurthy celebrated the dismissal in the iconic Shahid Afridi style.