Smriti Mandana speaks about her World Cup winning desire
The sensational 24 years cricketer Smriti Mandana said she desires to win the most number of World Cups before she decides to retire. The player told this in an interview with ESPNCricinfo. The interview included various inside facts from the team’s dressing room and her ambitions.
Smriti has been a part of the Indian women’s cricket team curated for the World Cup Finals and she feels sad that they never got the chance to lift the championship trophy yet. She has been seen in action against England in the one-off Test match.
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Smriti has joined the Indian women’s cricket team for the 3 match series ODI this week. The ODI will be played against England and Mandana would be expected to perform her action before the world.
She also expects to be joining the team for the 3-match T20 against England that is expected to be played after the ODI. The player is looking high with energy and expects to win both the upcoming games. She also scored a 50 against the England women’s cricket team.
Mandana was also praising her opening partner Safali this Saturday and said her maturity would be good for the team. Opening up about the relation between other team members in the dressing room she said, Harman and her are the messiest players in the women cricket team’s dressing room.
Adding humor to the comment she added both the players are getting better at cleaning and have spoken about keeping their rooms clean. Speaking about what she would like to change in her previous career she said that she would like to change all her previous 70s and 80s into centuries.
She added that she has reached 70-80 runs so many times in her career and she wishes that converting them to centuries was possible.