ISLAMABAD: India won the ACC Women's T20 Cup on Wednesday, defeating Pakistan by 18 runs at Guangzho in China.

Chasing only 82 to win, Pakistan struggled to build any momentum and were all out for 63 runs.

Earlier, captain Sana Mir bagged four wickets for 13 runs as Pakistan restricted India to 81 in their allotted 20 overs after they opted to bat first against the Green Shirts.

Poonam Raut (25), Harmanpreet Kaur (20) and Reema Malhotra (22) contributed with the bat to take India to 81.

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