By FPJ Web Desk
Her early blitzkrieg powered India to splendid start 53 runs in just 5.1 overs.
Earlier, 16-year-old opener Shafali Verma gave India a rollicking start, smashing a 17-ball 39 which contained two fours and four sixes.
Miscommunication between Deepti Sharma and Veda Krishnamurthy ensured that both the players end-up running towards the same wicket.
Shafali scored 39 runs off 17 balls before falling to Bangladesh's Panna Ghosh.
By FPJ News Service
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