Indian women's cricket team vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur has been presented with Datsun redi-GO car for her fantastic performance during 2017 ICC Women's World Cup in England.
The 28-year-old led India into the finals with her unbeaten knock of 171 against Australia before the Mithali Raj-led side slumped to a heartbreaking nine-run defeat at Lord's against England to lose by 9 runs.
Representing Datsun at the event to hand over the car keys to Kaur, Jerome Saigot, vice president, Datsun India said, "Datsun is working hard to help fuel the ambitions of India's young achievers and risers. We are delighted to see women like Harmanpreet make the nation proud. We congratulate Harmanpreet for her outstanding contribution during the ICC Women's Championship Trophy 2017 and we are pleased to present her with the redi-GO for her sporting excellence."
On receiving the redi-GO, Harmanpreet Kaur said, "Thank you, Datsun India, for this gesture and I am looking forward to driving the redi-GO. This makes it easier for me to move around for training, but I am excited to take my family for a spin first."
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