There is an interesting similarity between Virender Sehwag and Harmanpreet, the Team India veteran himself tweeted.

India’s women’s cricket team made history by winning the U-19 World Cup last Sunday. This was the first edition of the U-19 Women’s World Cup, in which the Indian team recorded a resounding victory. After this victory many veteran cricketers congratulated the daughters of India on this victory. And now, the T20 Women’s World Cup is about to begin. This tournament will be played from February 10. The first match of the World Cup will be played between South Africa and Sri Lanka.

Ahead of this World Cup, an interesting similarity emerged between former Indian player Virender Sehwag and current Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur. Virender Sehwag himself revealed this similarity. Sehwag tweeted about this, writing: “Harampreet and I have one thing in common. We both enjoy beating the bowlers. The World Cup journey doesn’t start in October, it starts in February itself. Best wishes for you.

Sehwag wrote this while replying to a tweet from Harpreet. Harmanpreet Kaur tweeted: “When I saw Jhulan Di, Anjum Di, Diana Mam, they aroused in me the same passion and emotion as Sehwag Sir, Yuvi Pa, Virat and Raina Pa. I have celebrated their victories equally, I have cried equally for their defeats. For me, cricket is not a gentleman’s game, it’s everyone’s game.”

Significantly, the T20 Women’s World Cup will start from February 10. This World Cup will be played in South Africa. And the final match of the tournament will be played on February 26. A reserve day has also been kept for the final match of the World Cup. If for some reason the final cannot be held on February 26, it will be held on February 27.

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