After beating Sri Lanka Women in the Asia Cup final by eight wickets, India Women were able to claim their seventh consecutive title in the tournament.

Women’s Asia Cup FINAL Highlights 

Smriti Mandhana scored an unbeaten 51 off 25 balls to help India chase down a low target of 66 runs in just 8.3 overs on a difficult to bat pitch.

Earlier in the match, Indian bowlers turned in a dominant performance, which was a major factor in limiting Sri Lanka to such a low score.

Renuka Singh was the standout bowler, taking three wickets, while Rajeshwari Gayakwad and Sneh Rana each took two.

Chasing 66, India scored nearly half of their target before spinner Inoka Ranaweera dismissed Shafali Verma (5 off 7 balls).

Mandhana had scored 26 runs unbeaten for India in just 14 balls, including two elegant fours and two sixes. At that point, India was in a position of 32/1.

Next up was Jemimah Rodrigues. Her off stump was dislodged while she tried to slog the ball by Kavisha Dilhari.

Harmanpreet Kaur came next. Mandhana (28*) and Kaur (6*) helped India reach 42/2 in six overs. Mandhana's offside fours put India at 50 runs.

India won by eight wickets, reaching 71/2 in 8.3 overs. Mandhana finished the game unbeaten with a six off 31 balls. At 11, Kaur was unbeaten.