Australia clinches 7th 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup title, beat England by 71 runs

The Aussies bowlers did a splendid job to bowl England out for 285 after Alyssa Healy's sensational 170 had helped them to a score of 356/5. 

Australia clinches 7th 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup title, beat England by 71 runs
A seventh ICC Women's Cricket World Cup title for Australia

Christchurch: Australia beat England by 71 runs in the finals of the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup in Christchurch, New Zealand. The Australians have been crowned the winners of the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup, winning their seventh title. 

Australia opener Alyssa Healy re-wrote the record books as she produced one of the greatest ODI innings of all-time in Sunday's Women's Cricket World Cup Final. Healy's 170 from just 138 deliveries against England is the biggest score by a man or woman in a World Cup finals.

The Aussies bowlers did a splendid job to bowl England out for 285 after Alyssa Healy's sensational 170 had helped them to a score of 356/5. 

Megan Schutt gave Australia the perfect start, bowling an absolute peach of a delivery, the inswinger was too good for Danni Wyatt, as she was bowled for just 4. 

Charlie Dean goes for 21! England lose their ninth and Australia are just ONE wicket away from victory! 

England needed 98 runs in the last 10 overs. England batter  Shrubsole took the aerial route and perished. Thereby, Australia clinched the ICC Women's World Cup. The Aussies have gone through the tournament unscathed and have had an invincible journey.

Alyssa Healy is adjudged as the Player of the Match and Player of the Series for her scintillating performance.