Harmanpreet Kaur reaches huge Indian feat at Women's World Cup with magnificent century against West Indies
India batter Harmanpreet Kaur produced an excellent performance as she slammed her fourth one-day
international century during the Women's World Cup clash against the West Indies on Saturday.
Arriving at the crease when India were reeling at 78/3 in 13.5 overs, Harmanpreet forged a 154-run stand with opener
Smriti Mandhana, who played a scintillating 123-run knock off just 119 deliveries. With her century against the West Indies,
Harmanpreet Kaur now has the most centuries by an Indian at the Women's World Cups (3). The stylish batter slammed
her first century in the tournament in 2013 against England when she remained unbeaten on 107.