Following up on a stellar bowling performance against Australia in the 2nd ODI, where she clinched a fantastic fifer that eventually went in vain, 

Deepti Sharma’s run of record-breaking form continued in the 3rd ODI as she became the fourth Indian woman bowler to reach the milestone of 100 ODI wickets.  

Deepti reached the milestone in her 86th match, joining Nooshin Al Khadeer, Neetu David and Jhulan Goswami in the 100-wicket club.

Deepti bowled the most economical spell so far as the Indians struggled to break up the mammoth partnership that openers Phoebe Litchfield and skipper Alyssa Healy were building.

After the breakthrough came from a stellar delivery from Pooja Vastrakar, which sent skipper Healy back to the pavilion, 

India finally began to make inroads through the Australian batting lineup, as they picked up three more wickets in quick succession. 

But, opener Litchfield stayed put as she smacked the ball all over the field at will, 

Notching up a sensational century her 2nd ODI century and remained in total control, until Deepti struck. 

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