Pakistan v England: Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt hit centuries in first ODI win
England women were Directed by centuries from Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt to a 75-run Triumph in the Initial one-day international against Pakistan at Kuala Lumpur.
The openers reach 107 and 110 respectively together captain Heather Knight including 41 as England completed on 284-6 in the capital.
Kate Cross took four wickets as Pakistan were dismissed for 209.
Wyatt, whose slew was her first in ODIs, stated :”To get that hundred out there with Tammy was an incredible feeling.”
Beaumont included:”It’s always good to violin with Dan, we have had some outstanding partnerships over the years so that it’s great to have her in the peak of the order with me.”
On her England debut , leg-spinner Sarah Glenn took 2 wickets Besides Cross’ haul.
It was England’s first game because head coach Mark Robinson resigned in August. The excursion is being overseen by interim coach Ali Maiden before Lisa Keightley happens over as head coach in January.
The second concerted global against Pakistan takes place on Thursday with the three-match series.
Even the ODIs are England fixtures at the ICC Women’s Championship, which determines eligibility – though they are all but sure to qualify.
By Henry Moeran – Sport cricket writer in Kuala Lumpur
This is a fantastic start to life following Mark Robinson with England winners against a resolute Pakistan.
The opening partnership of Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt thrived as both centuries that were struck handsome. Wyatt’s first ODI ton inside her 72nd appearance underlines a consistency that is new-found her career has lacked.
Despite losing early wickets, the’hosts’ – those games of course – fought and appear to be a side in contrast to when the teams met in 2017.
The headlines will go to Wyatt and Beaumont, but Kate Cross’ four wickets along with also a introduction scalp for Sarah Glenn are real positives from the bowlers.
New coach Lisa Keightley is not officially responsible until January, but will here watch on in the ODI. The evidence in the first game is that although England are powerful, they’re in for a decent test.