Parthiv Patel praises Mumbai Indians for kicking off the WPL 2023 season in style. “It’s a major platform for women’s cricket, and everyone, including the players, was looking forward to it. As a result, I’m sure everyone was nervous “Parthiv elaborate.
Mumbai Indians make the most of their first Women’s Premier League 2023. Encounter against Gujarat Giants, kicking off the first season in style. Harmanpreet Kaur’s team defeated the Giants by 143 runs, with the skipper herself hitting a tremendous knock to set the bar in a new competition.
After the game, Parthiv Patel impress with Mumbai Indians’ eye-catching performance and stated that the squad gave the league with the desired start, and fans should expect more exciting confrontations in the next games.
“After losing the toss, it was really vital for Mumbai Indians to have a solid start, especially during the powerplay and they achieved precisely that. It’s a major platform for women’s cricket, and everyone, including the players, was looking forward to it. As a result, I’m sure everyone felt nervous. Yet, it was critical that the competition get off to a solid start. “We are certain that there will be more exciting games in the following day,” Parthiv stated on JioCinema’s broadcast.
Harmanpreet Kaur was an excellent captain: Parthiv Patel
Harmanpreet Singh name Player of the Match after leading the Mumbai Indians to a large total while batting first at New Mumbai’s Dr DY Patil Sports School. Her hit guided MI women to 207/5 from 77/3 in 10 overs, but her largest contribution came while leading the team.
Mumbai Indians bowlers bowled out Gujarat Giants for 64 runs to extend their lead in the game. Harmanpreet bowled seven times, with uncapped left-arm spinner Saika Ishaque claiming four wickets for 11 runs. Parthiv commended the Mumbai Indians’ skipper for deploying her bowling options on time and for field placements.
“There is no question that Harmanpreet’s leadership was excellent. The field placements, in particular, were excellent. Most crucially, when it appeared that the Gujarat Giants would not be able to win from a point, she employed all of her players. She was also a great hitter, finding gaps and displaying her power hitting. “She’s always been known for her power striking, but her timing today was very impressive,” the former Indian stumper-opener remarked.
Mumbai Indians will play Royal Challengers Bangalore at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium on March 6, while Gujarat Giants will look for their first win of the season against UP Warriorz at New Mumbai’s Dr DY Patil Sports Academy on March 5.