Mumbai Indians beat Gujarat by 143 runs in the first match of Women’s Premier League


Mumbai Indians vs Gujarat Giants, Harmanpreet Kaur: Mumbai Indians defeated Gujarat Giants by 143 runs in the first match of Women’s Premier League. In this match, Gujarat Giants came into the ring with a target of 208 runs, but Beth Mooney’s team could manage only 64 runs. 9 players from Gujarat Giants could not touch the tenth figure. Dayalan Hemlatha scored 29 runs off 23 balls for Gujarat Giants. At the same time Saika Issac took the maximum 4 wickets for Mumbai Indians. Nat Sever Brunt and Amelia Kerr went 2-2. In addition, Issey Wang received 1 win.

Harmanpreet Kaur’s storming innings

Earlier, Gujarat Giants captain Beth Mooney won the toss and chose to bowl. After losing the toss and batting first, Mumbai Indians scored 207 runs for 5 wickets in 20 overs. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored the most runs for Mumbai Indians. Harmanpreet Kaur played a brilliant innings with 65 runs off 30 balls. He hit 14 fours in his innings. At the same time, opener Hailey Mathew played a wonderful innings with 47 runs off 31 balls. He hit 3 fours and 4 sixes in his innings.

Fast innings by Mumbai Indians batsmen

Apart from this, Amelia Kerr returned unbeaten on 45 off 24 balls. He hit 6 fours and 1 six in his innings. Meanwhile, Neat Seaver Brunt scored 23 off 18 balls. Pooja Vastrakar scored 15 runs in 8 balls. Issac Wong got a chance to play only 1 ball on which he hit a six. Earlier, Mumbai Indians opener Yustika Bhatia reached the pavilion with only 1 run off 8 balls, but the team then put up a huge score with some excellent batting.

This is the situation of Gujarat Giants bowlers

Sneha Rana took the most wickets for Gujarat Giants. Sneha Rana gave away 43 runs in 4 overs and victimized two players. Along with this, Ashley Gardner, Tanuja Kanwar and Georgia Wareham won 1-1. Earlier, Gujarat Giants captain Beth Mooney, who had won the toss, decided to bowl.

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