Saika Ishaq, the main attention for Mumbai Indians

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Harmanpreet Kaur led Mumbai Indians stood unbeatable in women’s IPL. They defeated UP Warriors by a wicket on Sunday. Batting first, Uttar Pradesh scored 159 runs for 6 wickets. In response, Mumbai Indians went down to bat and scored 164 runs in 17.3 overs, losing 2 wickets. Bengal girl Saika Ishaq caught attention with the ball on Sunday as well.

In the beginning of Uttar Pradesh’s innings, Ishaq not only struck, but also dismissed the opponent’s two most successful batsmen. They are Alyssa Healy and Tahila McGrath. Both these foreign batsmen pulled Uttar Pradesh’s innings on Sunday. Healy opened with 58 off 46 balls. Hit 7 fours and 1 six. McGrath dropped to number four and made 50 off 37 balls. She hit 9 fours.

In the beginning, Saika Ishaq dismissed Uttar Pradesh opener Devika Vaidya (6). Only Kiran Navgire scored double-digit runs for Uttar Pradesh. Her innings of 17 runs from 14 balls included 2 fours and 1 six.

Ishaq took 3 wickets with 33 runs in Sunday’s match. Apart from her, Amelia Kerr bowled well for Mumbai. She has 2 wickets with 33 runs. 1 wicket for 27 runs by Hilly Mathews.

Saika Ishaq with the ball, and Harmanpreet with bat outplayed UP

However, Harmanpreet’s team to bat with a target of 160 runs to win. Yashthika Bhatia scored 42 runs off 27 balls but the other opener Mathews (12) did not get a run. 8 fours and 1 six came from Yasthika’s bat. After the team’s 58 runs, the two openers returned. Mumbai was under pressure. In that situation, Seaver Brant and Harmanpreet took the lead of the team’s innings. Both of them batted aggressively and relieved the pressure of the team. Harmanpreet was more aggressive. Their unbeaten 106 for the third wicket brought victory to Mumbai. Brant played an unbeaten innings of 45 runs off 31 balls. Hit 6 fours, 1 six. Harmanpreet’s innings of 53 runs came from 33 balls. She hit 9 fours and 1 six.

No bowler from Uttar Pradesh could make such an impression as Ishaq did. The most successful bowler of Healy’s team was Sophie Ecclestone with 1 wicket for 30 runs. Rajeshwari Gaikwad got 1 wicket with 33 runs. With this, Mumbai won all four matches in the Women’s Premier League.

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