Batting after writing MS Dhoni’s name on the bat, hit Fifty in the very first match of WPL

The first season of the Women’s Premier League ie WPL has started. Two matches were played on Sunday 5 March. Meanwhile, something different was seen when a woman player came out to bat by writing MS Dhoni’s name and number on her bat and scored a half-century in difficult conditions. Its pictures are now becoming quite viral on social media.

In fact, when Kiran Navgire, the batsman of the UP Warriors team, came out to bat, at that time one wicket of the team had fallen for 13 runs. Chasing the target of 170 runs, the team needed a good start. In such a situation, Kiran Navgire came out to bat. During this, something was seen on his bat, which was discussed a lot.

There was no promotional sticker on Kiran Navagire’s bat, but he had MSD 07 written on the back of the bat. This means that it is the short form of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his favorite jersey number. Right-handed batsman Kiran Navagire played an innings of 53 runs in 43 balls with the help of 5 fours and 2 sixes. His strike rate was 123.26.

Kiran Navagire revealed before the WPL that he started following MS Dhoni after India won the ICC ODI World Cup in 2011. She told Geo Cinema, “There was a big name in the team that saw India win the 2011 Cricket World Cup: Mahendra Singh Dhoni. I started following him from 2011, and I didn’t even know that women’s cricket There is such a thing as a name. I watched men’s cricket and played with boys in my village and grew to love cricket.”

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