Australia got support of skipper Megh Lenning, team won by 5 wickets from Sri Lanka

In the match played between Sri Lanka and Australia during the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup, Australia captain Megh Lenning and Rachel Hanes won by 5 wickets thanks to 60 runs innings. The Sri Lankan side decided to bat first on the Perth pitch after winning the toss. He had a poor start. Hasina Perera returned to the pavilion at zero.

Captain Chamari and Umesha then moved up the team score. Attapattu scored 50 off 38 balls with seven fours and two sixes, Umesha scored 20 off 20 balls with four fours, Sanjeevani scored 25 off 31 balls to take the score to 122 runs.

In response, the Australian team started off to play very poorly. Alyssa Healy 0, Beth Mooney 6 and Ashlee Gardner was out for 2 runs. Captain Megh Lenning then took over. He made the team win by scoring 41 runs off 44 balls. Rachel Hanes also scored 60 runs off 47 balls with the help of four fours and two sixes.

Australian captain Megh Lenning said after winning the match - it is nice to win in such circumstances. When I went there, the score was 10-3. We needed a partnership. We were lucky that we had to score 120 runs. Had the goal been increased, it would have been difficult.

At the same time, Sri Lankan captain Chamari Attapattu said - I continued to play my natural game. I was out in the 12th over while I should have played three more overs. But the good thing is that we struggled in the last over against a strong team like Australia. We will return.

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