Watch: Indian women's cricket team do catwalk with PPE kit at the airport

The Indian women's cricket team was seen doing catwalk wearing a PPE kit at the airport amid backlash for controversial runout.

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Indian women's cricket team (Image Source: Twitter)

Indian women's cricket team Indian women's cricket team (Image Source: Twitter)

Indian women’s cricket team did a splendid job in the series against England and won it 3-0. The Deepti Sharma run out at the non-striker’s end became the talk of the town and it did not go well with the England fans. Many former cricketers from England slammed the player for coming up with such an act. However, fans from India hit back saying that it was legal. 

However, the Indian women’s cricket team remain unaffected by what’s happening outside. Jemimah Rodrigues has shared a video on her Instagram account where the team can be seen doing catwalk-like models while wearing a PPE kit. The Indian team looks confident and fans have so far given positive comments about the video. 

In the video, Jhulan Goswami can be seen doing the catwalk alongside Jemimah Rodrigues. Harleen Deol and others have also joined the list of those who did the catwalk at the London airport. The Indian brigade has reached India ahead of boarding the flight to Bangladesh for the Women’s Asia Cup 2022. 

Here’s the video:

Indian women’s cricket team shine under Harmanpreet Kaur

Speaking of the Indian women’s cricket team, one has to agree that the team is shining under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur. The team is faring well and they will look to do well in the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 as well. To comment on the England series, Harmanpreet Kaur led the team from the front. 

Barring the final ODI, the skipper helped the Indian women’s cricket team shine in the first two ODIs. The Indian women were fired in the series and the Indian skipper did not shy away from backing Deepti Sharma after the controversial runout. 

Deepti Sharma, on arrival, said that she had already warned the England team of it. However, Heather Knight hit back saying that it was not the case and the team did not receive any warning. 

The game is over. Charlie was dismissed legitimately, India were deserved winners of the match and the series. But no warnings were given. They don't need to be given, so it hasn't made the dismissal any less legitimate. But if they're comfortable with the decision to affect the run out, India shouldn't feel the need to justify by lying about warnings,” Heather Knight tweeted about the team and Deepti Sharma’s claim. 

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