‘Ball of the century, women’s cricket edition’: Wasim Jaffer on Shikha Pandey’s delivery to Alyssa Healy | Cricket News

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imageFormer India opener Wasim Jaffer has termed the delivery from Shikha Pandey which dismissed Australia batter Alyssa Healy in the second T20I on Saturday as the ball of the century in women’s cricket.QUEENSLAND: Former India opener Wasim Jaffer has termed the delivery from Shikha Pandey which dismissed Australia batter Alyssa Healy in the second T20I on Saturday as the ball of the century in women’s cricket .

Shikha clean bowled the Australian opener in the very first over of the innings in the ongoing 2nd T20I of the three-match series at the Carrara Oval .

The delivery by Shikha Pandey moved a mile off the seam.The Indian pacer beat Healy all ends up with both swing and seam movement and the ball clipped the top of middle.

Wasim Jaffer took note of this and wrote on Twitter: “Ball of the century, women’s cricket edition! Take a bow Shikha Pandey #AUSvIND.”

Ball of the century, women’s cricket edition! Take a bow Shikha Pandey🙌ğŸ�» #AUSvIND https://t.co/WjaixlkjIp

— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) 1633774661000

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