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This 15-year-old female cricketer broke Sachin's 30-year-old record

Shefali Verma, the young opener of the Indian women's cricket team, has become the youngest cricketer in India to score a half-century in international cricket. 15-year-old Shefali achieved this feat in the first T20 Interna…





Shefali Verma, the young opener of the Indian women's cricket team, has become the youngest cricketer in India to score a half-century in international cricket. 15-year-old Shefali achieved this feat in the first T20 International match played at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in St. Lucia in the West Indies.

In his fifth T20 match, Shefali played an explosive innings of 73 off 49 balls, which is the first half-century of his career. In this explosive innings, he hit six fours and four sixes.

With this, Shefali has become the youngest cricketer in India to score a half-century in international cricket. Shefali broke the 30-year-old record of Sachin Tendulkar.

Sachin's 30 year old record broken

Shefali achieved this feat in 15 years and 285 days, while Sachin made his first half-century at the age of 16 years and 214 days. Sachin's first international half-century came in Test cricket, which he made against Pakistan on 24 October 1989 in Faisalabad.

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