Smriti Mandhana: The most expensive player in the tournament – but the performance is the worst!

Smriti Mandhana: The most expensive player in the tournament – but the performance is the worst!

Smriti Mandhana: The final match of Women’s Premier League will be held on Sunday. Delhi Capitals will face the challenge of Harman Preet Kaur-led Mumbai Indians in this title match. Delhi Capitals team continues to lead the points table in the league stage. With this, Beth Mooney’s team directly entered the finals.

Mumbai Indians stood second in the points table, while UP Warriors stood third. In the eliminator match, Mumbai Indians beat UP Warriors and booked their ticket to the finals. Despite Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals having 12 points each, Beth Mooney’s team came out on top due to a better net run rate.

RCB disappointed fans
Royal in Women’s Premier League debut season‌ The Challengers Bangalore team was a huge disappointment. The Smriti Mandhana-led RCB team finished fourth in the points table. This team failed to qualify for play offs.

In this season RCB team played eight matches. But only two wins. Had to face defeat in six 6 matches. After this, many questions are raised on Smriti Mandhana and other players in the team. Money rained on Smriti Mandhana in the Women’s Premier League auction. But it could not perform well on the field.

Rs. RCB bought Smriti Mandhana for Rs 3.4 crore in the Women’s Premier League auction held on 13th February. Smriti Mandhana became the most expensive player in the auction. Royal Challengers Bangalore sold Smriti Mandhana for a record Rs. Bought for 3.40 crores. But this player is very disappointing with his game. Smriti Mandhana, who played eight matches in this tournament, managed to score only 149 runs at an average of 18.62. Apart from this, the other players also failed to perform at the expected level. Because of this, the team could not qualify for the playoffs.

Smriti Mandhana was followed by Ashley Gardner with Rs 3.2 crores. Gujarat got Ashley Gardner. Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur was acquired by Mumbai Indians for Rs 1.8 crore. Royal Challengers Bangalore bought Australian all-rounder Ellis Perry for Rs 1.7 crore. Bengaluru also got New Zealand player Sophie Devine for Rs 50 lakh.

India’s young wave, top‌ Key to the order is Jemima Rodrigues‌ Jack‌Pat‌ hit Delhi Capitals‌ She was bought for Rs.2.20 crores. Opening‌, one‌down‌, second‌ Batting in the down‌ She has the ability to do it. Match‌ She can change gears in batting depending on the situation. Australia’s wicketkeeper Batter‌, Destructive Cricketer‌ Beth‌Mooney got a good price as expected. Gujarat‌ Giants‌ Owned her for Rs. 2 crores. 

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