A 10 year old female fan of Smriti Mandhana left everyone speechless and the reason is mindblowing

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A 10 year old female fan of Smriti Mandhana left everyone speechless and the reason is mindblowing

Stylish left-handed batswoman Smriti Mandhana is gaining popularity amongst cricket fans in India after her impressive outings with the bat in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. The Mumbaikar has quickly become the heart rob of fans back home by scoring big runs in the ICC event.

Smriti Mandhana ODI century

Meanwhile, here is a story which has been posted by a Twitter handle known as “Ladies Who League” and it revealed how a 10 year old left everyone speechless in a sports and apparel store.

Yes, that’s right! A little girl asked the staff of the store to customise the jersey of the Indian cricket team and write “Mandhana” at its back side.

Ladies Who League‏ shared the post with caption, “This is how the #WWC2017 is changing the world.”


The post reads, “The Women’s World Cup (Cricket) is being broadcast and I had the opportunity to witness how it is making a small but significant difference.

Was at the Nike Store yesterday when a girl aged about 10 years walked in and asked if the store would customise her Indian cricket team jersey, The player name she wanted was “Mandhana” (Smriti Mandhana).

She left everyone absolutely stunned. This is the first time anyone at that store including myself had heard someone wanting the name of a female cricketer on their Indian Cricket Team jersey.

Can only hope that this is the first of many!”

Well, the group ‘Ladies Who League’ promotes women sports and by sharing this post on Twitter, it has made it clear that fans are following women’s cricket as well.

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