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UP Warriorz vs Mumbai Indians WPL 2023 Match Report and Highlights: Harmanpreet Kaur scored her second half-century in the tournament.
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Mumbai: Mumbai Indians continue to dominate in the Women’s Premier League (WPL 2023). This team, led by Harmanpreet Kaur, registered its fourth win in a row, continuing the same trend as it started the tournament with a bang. Captain Harmanpreet himself laid the foundation of this victory scoring a strong half century. On the basis of his innings, Mumbai easily defeated UP Warriors by 8 wickets in their fourth match. At the same time, UP has suffered its second defeat in 4 games.
The 10th match of the tournament was played at the Brabourne Stadium on Sunday, March 12, when league leaders Mumbai were challenged by UP. UP had defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 10 wickets in their last match. At the same time, Mumbai registered a very easy win against Delhi Capitals. Even after the result of this match, there is no change in the points table and Mumbai is in the first place, while UP is in the third place. The complete state of Mumbai-UP match, know in few points-
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- UP batted first and once again captain Alyssa Healy played a great innings for her. Healy, who scored a record 96 runs against RCB, scored 58 runs in 46 balls, which included 7 fours and 1 six.
- Apart from Healy, the star of the team Tahlia McGrath also scored her second half-century of the tournament. McGrath scored 50 runs in 37 balls. There was an 82-run partnership between the two, which took UP to a good score after a poor start.
- Once again Mumbai’s left arm spinner, Saika Ishaq, took the most wickets in UG Wales, she enjoyed it and got a total of 3 wickets including Healy and McGrath. Apart from him the leg spinner Amelia Kar also took 2 wickets.
- For Mumbai, young opener Yastika Bhatia (42 runs, 27 balls) made a blistering start, on the basis of which Mumbai scored 58 runs in 7 overs. During this, there was also a ruckus about DRS, when UP took a review on an LBW appeal against Haley Mathews, but during this replay of the old ball went on and the umpire declared it out. After realizing the mistake, the right ball was seen and Mathews was not out.
- Yastika Bhatia and Mathews were dismissed in the seventh and eighth overs, after which captain Kaur and Nate Siver Brunt took over. Together, the two managed to make the team win in the 18th over with an undistinguished partnership of 106 runs in 10.1 overs. Harmanpreet hit another half-century and remained unbeaten after scoring 53 runs (33 balls, 9 fours, 1 six), while Nate Siever also returned unbeaten after scoring 45 runs.
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