Mumbai-W vs Bangalore-W Highlights: Mumbai flew in the storm of Elise Perry, reached the playoffs of WPL 2024 by defeating Bangalore by 7 wickets!

On the basis of Ellyse Perry’s all-round performance, Mumbai defeated Bangalore by 7 wickets and became the third team to make it to the playoffs of WPL 2024.

Mumbai-W vs Bangalore-W Highlights :

The 19th match of the Women’s Premier League 2024 (WPL 2024) was played between Mumbai Indians Women and Royal Challengers Bangalore Women (Mumbai-W vs Bangalore-W) on 12 March (Tuesday).

In which the Royal Challengers Bangalore team registered its fourth win by defeating the Mumbai Indians team by 7 wickets. With this victory, Bangalore has become the third team to reach the playoffs with 8 points.

Earlier, the Royal Challengers Bangalore team won the toss and decided to bowl first and invited the Mumbai Indians team to bat. Justifying Bengaluru captain Smriti Mandanna’s decision to bowl first, Ellyse Perry, with her excellent performance, took 6 wickets and defeated the Mumbai batsmen.

Batting first, Mumbai Indians team could score only 113 runs at the loss of 10 wickets in 19 overs and gave Bangalore an easy target of 114 runs to win.

Ellis Perry also had a stormy innings in batting:

While chasing the target, the Royal Challengers Bangalore team had lost 3 important wickets at the score of just 39 runs. After this, all-rounder Ellis Perry, who came to bat at the crease, along with wicket keeper Richa Ghosh, demonstrated excellent batting.
Both of them faced 53 balls for the fourth wicket and made a quick unbeaten half-century partnership of 76 runs.

Due to this partnership, the Royal Challengers Bangalore team achieved the target by scoring 115 runs by losing 3 wickets in just 15 overs and won the Women’s Premier League. Recorded fourth win in the league 2024.Facing 38 balls, Ellis Perry scored unbeaten 40 runs with the help of 5 fours and 1 six, while he scored unbeaten 36 runs in 28 balls with the help of 4 fours and 2 sixes.

Before this, Royal Challengers Bangalore’s opening batsman captain Smriti Mandhana and Sophie Molineux started the innings. Both of them made a partnership of 22 runs in 20 balls for the first wicket.

Bengaluru lost its first wicket at the score of 22 runs in the form of Sophie Molyneux (9 runs with the help of two fours in 9 balls). Whereas immediately after this, on the score of 25 runs, the second wicket was lost in the form of captain Smriti Mandanna (11 runs with the help of two fours in 13 balls). Shofi Devine, who was out as the third wicket, faced 2 balls and scored 4 runs with the help of 1 four.

In bowling, for Mumbai, Shabnim Ismail took 1 wicket for 19 runs in 4 overs. Apart from this, Haley Mathews and Nate Cyber Brunt also took 1 wicket each.

Mumbai succumbed to the aggressive bowling of Ellis Perry:

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s all-rounder Ellis Perry stunned the Mumbai Indians batsmen with his excellent bowling performance.
Ellis Perry was successful in dismissing 6 batsmen by scoring only 15 runs in his 4 overs bowling.

Talking about these batsmen, Nat Cyber Brunt was LBW who scored 10 runs. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur was clean bowled, who could not even open the account. Amelia Kerr was LBW, who scored 2 runs. Amanjot Kaur was clean bowled, who scored 4 runs and Pooja Vastrakar was clean bowled, who scored 6 runs.

Earlier, after losing the toss and coming to bat first, Mumbai Indians team was started in an explosive manner by openers Haley Mathews and S Sanjana. Both of them made a partnership of 43 runs in 36 balls for the first wicket. The first wicket of Mumbai Indians fell on 43 runs in the form of opener Hayley Mathews, who faced 23 balls and scored 26 runs with the help of two fours and two sixes.

While the other opener S Sanjana returned to the pavilion after getting out on the score of 65 runs, who faced 21 balls and scored 30 runs with the help of five fours and one six. After this, due to continuous fall of wickets, Mumbai team could not emerge and the entire team was reduced to 113 runs in 19 overs.

Mumbai team gave Bangalore a target of 114 runs to win, which Bangalore achieved.

In bowling, apart from Ellyse Perry, Shofi Moulinex, Shofi Divine, Asha Sobhana and Shreyanka Patil got 1 wicket each.

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Player of the Match: Mumbai-W vs Bangalore-W

In the match played between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore (Mumbai-W vs Bangalore-W), Bangalore’s all-rounder Ellyse Perry was chosen Player of the Match due to his excellent performance in bowling as well as batting. In bowling, he took 6 wickets giving only 15 runs in 4 overs. While batting, facing 38 balls, he scored unbeaten 40 runs with the help of 5 fours and 1 six and played an important role in helping the team win.

Playing 11: Mumbai-W vs Bangalore-W

Mumbai Indians (Mumbai-W):
Priyanka Bala (wicketkeeper), Hayley Mathews, Nat Cyber Brunt, Harmanpreet Kaur (captain), Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Amanjot Kaur, S Sanjana, Humaira Kazi, Shabnim Ismail, Saika Ishaq.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (Bangalore-W)
Smriti Mandhana (captain), Richa Ghosh (wicketkeeper), Sophie Divine, Disha Cassatt, Elise Perry, Sophie Moulinex, Georgia Wareham, Shreyanka Patil, Asha Sobhana, Shraddha Pokharkar, Renuka Thakur Singh.

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