Mumbai: West Indian opener Stafanie Taylor, who cracked a career-best 171 to star in her team's comprehensive 205-run win over Sri Lanka in the ICC Women's World Cup league match today, had a funny thing to share - that she dreamed of making a 94 and not a century.
"I actually dreamed last night that I made 94. I woke up and said to my roommate (Shemaine Campbelle) that I dreamed that I made 94 and she asked me 'where is the six'," said the player of the match after West Indies' thumping victory at the MIG Club ground at Bandra on Sunday.
"I said I am actually up and I don't know where it's going. She reminded me about this when I went out to bat and I told her it's in the back of my mind and I will definitely get the six (needed to get to a hundred)," added the 21-year-old Jamaican who hit 18 fours and two sixes while compiling her fourth ODI hundred in women's cricket.