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Harmanpreet Kaur has played in 114 T20Is, the most by any Indian cricketer. In women’s T20Is, she is the only Indian cricketer to have played in 100+ matches so far.
Alyssa Healy recorded the highest individual score in women’s T20Is when she scored an unbeaten 148 from just 61 deliveries against Sri Lanka at North Sydney Oval in 2019.
England defeated New Zealand by six wickets in the 2009 final at Lord’s, London. To date, it’s the only time Australia haven’t reached the final.
West Indies defeated Australia by eight wickets in the 2016 final at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
Anisa Mohammed leads the way with 120 T20I wickets. Ellyse Perry is second with 114.
Ekta Bisht became the first Indian bowler to take a T20I hat-trick in a match against Sri Lanka in Colombo in 2012.
Suzie Bates holds the record with 22 T20I 50+ scores, which includes one hundred.
It’s true. The Indian women’s team played their first T20I against England in August 2006. The Indian men’s team played their first match in the format in December 2006.