RCB-W vs MI-W, Match Highlight: Mumbai caretaker ‘Ker’ – table topper again with a difference of 4 wickets against RCB!

RCB-W vs MI-W, Match Highlight: Mumbai caretaker ‘Ker’ – table topper again with a difference of 4 wickets against RCB!

WPL 2023, RCB-W vs MI-W:

Women‌ In the Premier League, Mumbai Indians‌ Again top‌ Reached Place‌ Top with 12 points. DY Patil‌ In the final league match at the stadium, Royal‌ Challengers‌ Beat Bangalore. The team smashed the set target of 126 runs without any pressure. Bauta won by 4 wickets in 16.3 overs. Amelia Kerr‌ (31*; 4×4 in 27 balls), Yastika Bhatia (30; 6×4 in 26 balls) Earlier in RCB, Richa Ghosh‌ (29; 3×4, 2×6 off 13 balls) Lightning innings‌ played Elise‌ Perry (29; 3×4 off 38 balls) accompanied her.

Amelia Kerr finishes the job for @mipaltan as they seal a 4️⃣-wicket win over #RCB in their final game of the league stage 👏👏

Scorecard ▶️ https://t.co/BQoiFCRPhD#TATAWPL | #RCBvMI pic.twitter.com/ZpYP4JyTjU

— Women’s Premier League (WPL) (@wplt20) March 21, 2023

All Amelia!

Hayley Mathews‌ for Mumbai Indians‌ (24), Yastika Bhatia Super‌ Start‌ Provided. A partnership of 53 runs was established for the first wicket. Yastika was out on the last ball of the power play. Shreyanka Patil‌ separated Mathews was beaten by Meghan at a team score of 62. shoot‌ Out‌ did After that Nat‌ Siver‌ (13) Asha Shobhana Pavilion‌ Sent. By then the score was 72. Herman‌ Preet‌ (2) Elis‌ Perry out‌ It looked like Mumbai was in trouble. Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar in this situation. (19) Prevented wickets from falling. A partnership of 47 runs was established in 40 balls for the fifth wicket. The winning equation is simple. Pooja at 120, Issy Wang‌ (0) Amelia Winning‌ Shot‌ Hit it.

.@shreyanka_patil puts an end to the 53-run opening stand! 🙌

Yastika Bhatia departs for 30 courtesy of a juggling catch by skipper @mandhana_smriti 👌👌

Follow the match ▶️ https://t.co/BQoiFCRPhD#TATAWPL | #RCBvMI pic.twitter.com/PUxCz4wRdt

— Women’s Premier League (WPL) (@wplt20) March 21, 2023

Richa is the only one!

Toss‌ Defeated RCB batting first‌ Had to do. Fierce Batter‌ Sophie Devine‌ (0) Run out at one run. Smriti Mandhana (24; 3×4, 1×6 off 25 balls), Ellis‌ Perry (29) played consistently. The balls that arrived were sent to the boundary. At the end of the powerplay, the team’s score was 32/1. The pair shared 32 runs for the second wicket with Amelia Kerr. separated 6. Smriti is out in the 4th ball. did After that, Mumbai tightened its grip. At all runs‌ Leak‌ did not Offensive Heather‌ Night‌ (12) Nu Ker‌ Out‌ did Kanika Ahuja (12) failed. Not‌ Siver‌ LB did. With that, RCB touched the milestone of 100 runs in 16.6 overs. did Finally Richa Ghosh‌ Lightning boundaries, sixes by Badi set the scoreboard alight. Issy Wang‌ A massive six off the 19.1st ball‌ Badaboi got her out and RCB were restricted to 125/9.

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