When is the ICC Women's World Cup match between India vs New Zealand? Then after Harmanpreet and Deepti had left in quick succession, Krishnamurthy and Mithali added a crucial 108 runs for the fifth wicket to put India in a position of strength. The Indian team now has two world record-holders with pacer Jhulan Goswami being the leading wicket-taker.
Such was the havoc created by the Indian bowlers that only three of New Zealand's batters - Amy, Katey Martin (12) and Amelia Kerr (12 not out) - managed to reach double figures.
These two stalwarts have held up women's cricket in India for nearly two decades now, have been runners up at the tournament in 2005 and have come to England with a team best prepared to make a charge in the knockouts.
Rajeshwari Gayakwad's maiden fifer bundled out the White Ferns for a paltry 79.
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India were off to a disastrous start, losing the early wickets of Smriti Mandana (13) and Punam Raut (4) to find themselves tottering at a precarious 21/2 by the eighth over.
Katie Perkins (1) too was sent back quickly with Sharma cleaning her up as New Zealand lost half their side for 52/5 in the 19th over. The 24-year-old hit seven fours and two sixes in her 45-ball knock for 70 runs. We have seen a lot of match winning performances in this event as usual. More than 18 years have passed since that unbeaten 114 against Ireland on her debut and the record stands rock solid, as does Mithali who remains India's most trusted batswoman.
CoA chairman Vinod Rai said, "I want to extend my heartiest congratulations to Team India's on staging a remarkable comeback in the ICC World Cup".
Team India are likely to face Australia in their semi-final clash. India and New Zealand are in a do or die situation.