ICC Women's World Cup | Ekta Bisht: 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

ICC Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

Indian ladies on Sunday thrashed arch-rivals Pakistan in ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 match played at County Ground, Derby. India’s potent bowling attack led by Ekta Bisht completely outplayed Pakistani girls to secure a thumping victory.

Here are 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman:

ICC Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

She is left handed batswoman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler. She is the first International woman cricketer from Uttarakhand state of India.

ICC Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

Before being getting into Indian Women Cricket team, she had some excellent performances to her name at the domestic level cricket.

ICC Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

While playing against Sri Lanka in ICC World Women T20 in October 2012, Bisht took a hat-trick in the last over of innings helping India to restrict the opponents to a modest 100 runs for 8 wickets. India went on to win the match.

ICC Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

In February 2017, Bisht bowled 5 wickets out of Pakistan slipping away just 8 runs. 7 out of her 10 overs were maiden. Her outstanding performance helped India ridicule Pakistani batting line-up for their tenth record low of 67 runs.

ICC Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht 5 interesting facts about left handed batswoman

Bisht, in one of the league matches of ICC Women World 2017, claimed 5 wickets conceding just 18 runs in her 10 over spell. Her destructive bowling figures helped India thrash their arch-rivals Pakistan by a margin of 95 runs a low score chase of 170. Pakistan's batting line-up was compiled up for just 74.