Despite being a good team in IPL, Royal Challengers Bangalore did not succeed. They have not been champions yet. Have to see the face of failure again and again. Women’s Premier League is also touched by IPL. Four matches have been played, but Royal Challengers Bangalore have yet to win. In the fourth match too, they lost to UP Warriors. On this day flew by 10 wickets. RCB have to sink due to batting failure.
Royal Challengers Bangalore entered the field today against UP Warriors with the hope of turning around but their hope was not fulfilled. Batting first, RCB were bowled out for 138 runs in 19.3. In reply, UP Warriors scored 139 runs without losing any wicket in 13 overs to win the match. Captain Alyssa Healy brought victory to UP Warriors by playing a fast innings of 96 runs off 47 balls.
Royal Challengers Bangalore settled the bottom of the table with 0 points
RCB captain Smriti Mandhana won the toss and decided to bat first. Sophie Devine started well. Smriti Mandhana picked up 29 in 3 overs in the opening pair. Rajeshwari Gaikwad picked Smriti Mandhana (4) off the first ball of the fourth over.
Bangalore was then pulled by Sophie Devine and Ellyse Perry. Sophie Devine (36 off 24 balls) got out after 73 runs. After that, Bengaluru collapsed in the innings. Kanika Ahuja (8), Heather Knight (2), Shreyanka Patil (15), Richa Ghosra (1) did not get runs. Royal Challengers Bangalore’s innings however, ended at 138 runs in 19.3 overs. Ellyse Perry scored 52 runs off 39 balls. Sophie Ecclestone of UP Warriors moreover, picked up 4 wickets for 13 runs with fast bowling. Deepti Sharma got 3 wickets for 26 runs.
A target of 159 runs to win was not too difficult for UP Warriors to get back into rhythm. The pair of Devika Vaidya and Alyssa Healy however, did not give any chance to the bowlers of RCB. Right from the start, the duo dominated Shreyanka Patil, Renuka Singh. In the end UP Warriors moreover, scored 139 runs without losing any wicket in 13 overs and won the match. Alyssa Healy remains unbeaten with 96 off 47 balls. Devika Vaidya remains unbeaten with 36 runs off 31 balls.
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