The wonder of Harmanpreet Kaur
Mumbai Indians captain Harmanpreet Kaur has been in fine form with the bat so far. In this match, he also showed his brilliance in fielding. Mumbai’s first breakthrough came in the form of Devika Vaidya in the second over. He was caught by Harmanpreet Kaur off Hayley Mathews. Harman was fielding in the slips. The ball took the edge of the bat and went between the wicketkeeper and the slips. Harmanpreet Kaur fell to the right and caught the ball with one hand.
Mumbai’s batting failed
Mumbai Indians batsmen are in explosive form in this tournament. But in this match, she completely failed in front of UP’s spin bowling. On the last ball of the innings, the Mumbai team got out after scoring 127 runs. Only three batters reached double figures for the team. Hayley Mathews scored 35, Wong 32 while captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored 25 runs. Left-arm spin bowler Sophie Ecclestone took three wickets for 15 runs. Apart from them, Rajeshwari Gaikwad and Deepti Sharma also got 2-2 wickets. In the last over, Deepti hit a direct hit to run out two batters and handed Mumbai their first innings all-out of the tournament.