India won the five-match series 5-0 after defeating Bangladesh by 21 runs in the fifth and final Twenty20 International.
Over twelve electrifying days from April 28 to May 9, cricket aficionados witnessed a fierce battle between Bangladeshi Women and their Indian counterparts in a thrilling series of Twenty20 Internationals. But here's the shocker: the hosts, Bangladesh, emerged as clear victors, triumphing in all five matches!

๐Ÿ† Leading the charge for India was none other than captain Harmanpreet Kaur, who showcased her prowess with a stellar performance, notching up 105 runs in her four innings. Even when the weather played spoilsport, granting India a 19-run victory via the DLS method in the second Twenty20 International, Harmanpreet's leadership shone bright.

Reflecting on their dominant display, Harmanpreet exuded confidence, asserting that this series would fortify their resolve for the upcoming 2024 ICC Womenโ€™s T20 World Cup, slated to be held in Bangladesh later this year. With a blend of optimism and determination, she emphasized their relentless pursuit of improvement, banking on the lessons learned to fuel their World Cup campaign.

๐ŸŒŸ "We'll carry the confidence gained from this series into the World Cup. Our hard work and flair will propel us to give our best," Harmanpreet affirmed, according to ESPNcricinfo.

But what fueled this formidable display? According to Harmanpreet, it was the Women's Premier League (WPL) that provided the perfect platform for her team to shine. With all 16 squad members honing their skills in the WPL 2024, their confidence soared, translating into stellar performances against Bangladesh.

๐Ÿ”ฅ "The WPL significantly boosted our confidence. We just need to trust the process, and success will follow," Harmanpreet emphasized, highlighting the transformative impact of the league on her team's mindset and performance.
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