Women's Cricket: England all out for 136 in 1st innings in Mumbai Test, India lead by 292 runs

In Women's Cricket, India bundled out England at the paltry score of 136 in their first innings on Day 2 in Mumbai Test, taking a lead of 292 runs. The visitors lost their last six wickets for 10 runs. For India, Deepti Sharma scalped five wickets for just 7 runs. In their second innings, hosts were 109 for 4 when reports last came in.

 Earlier, India put a formidable first-innings total of 428 runs. Resuming their first innings at an overnight score of 410 for 7, Indian women added just 18 runs before being bowled out.

 On the opening day yesterday, the hosts piled up a huge 410 runs, becoming the second-ever Women's team in 88 years to score 400 runs in a single day of a Test match. England made the record in 1935.

 Earlier, Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur won the toss and opted to bat first.

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