India decided to leave their senior most player Mithali Raj, a move that will certainly be questioned, after the loss. Reflecting on the same, Kaur said, "Whatever we decided, it was for the team (on resting Mithali Raj). Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't."
"One game doesn't decide whether we are a good team or a bad team."
"We have a very young team and it was a learning curve for us. I'm really proud of all the girls. We will do well in upcoming tournaments."
"Our bowlers bowled quite well, and we did well to stretch the match till the 18th over. We still have to work on our mental strength - learning to play under pressure will be a key thing to learn for us," she added.
Kaur praised the England team, she said, "They read the wicket really well and bowled accordingly. The credit goes to them."
'One game doesn't decide whether we are a good team or a bad team,' says Harmanpreet Kaur.