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WPL 2023 [WATCH]: Harmanpreet Kaur survives as bails don’t come off after Anjali Sarvani’s supply hit stumps



UP Warriorz (UPW) confronted Mumbai Indians (MI) in match no. 10 of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 on the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday (March 12) and misplaced the competition by eight wickets.

Electing to bat first, UPW posted a difficult complete of 159/6 of their allotted 20 overs. Alyssa Healy top-scored for the crew with 58 runs off 46 balls, whereas Tahlia McGrath additionally contributed with a quickfire 50 off simply 37 deliveries. Saika Ishaque was the choose of the bowlers for Mumbai- primarily based crew, claiming three wickets for 33 runs, whereas Amelia Kerr additionally chipped in with two wickets.

Chasing a goal of 160, MI bought off to a flying begin with Harmanpreet Kaur smashing 53 runs off simply 33 balls, together with 9 fours and a six. Nat Sciver-Brunt additionally performed an important knock of 45 runs off 31 deliveries. Throughout the MI’s inning, a weird incident passed off the place Harmanpreet survived by the barest of margin because the ball hit the stumps, however the bails didn’t fall.

On the third ball of the tenth over, the MI skipper tried a flick off Anjali Sarvani‘s supply however missed it utterly. Ultimately, the ball touching the leg stump went to the keeper. Nevertheless, fortunately Harmanpreet was saved because the bails didn’t come off. In the meantime, Healy was left disheartened together with the opposite teammates. Notably, Harmanpreet was simply on 7 on the time.

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Speaking about the results of the match, MI reached the target in 17.3 overs, finishing at 164/2. Sophie Ecclestone and Rajeshwari Gayakwad claimed a wicket every for UPW, nevertheless it was not sufficient to cease Mumbai from successful the match by eight wickets. Harmanpreet was adjudged ‘Participant of the Match’ for her distinctive knock. With this win, MI have now moved to the highest of the WPL 2023 factors desk, whereas UP sits on the third spot within the crew standings.


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