Third win for Mumbai Mumbai Indians, who lost in the last match in the Women’s Premier League, are back on the winning track.

Third win for Mumbai Mumbai Indians, who lost in the last match in the Women's Premier League, are back on the winning track.

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Mumbai Indians Clinch Victory Against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Women’s Premier League

Mumbai Indians, who lost in the last match in the Women’s Premier League, are back on the winning track. Showing all-round dominance, Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 7 wickets on Saturday. Bengaluru settled for 131/6 as Mumbai bowlers bowled hard. Nat Seaver (2/27), Pooja Vastrakar (2/14) and Issy Wong (1/20) damaged RCB with the ball. Ellyse Perry (44 not out; 5×4 off 38 balls) was the top scorer. Amelia Kerr (40 not out; 7×4 off 24 balls) and Yastika Bhatia (31; 4×4, 2×6 off 15 balls) shone as Mumbai chased down the target by losing three wickets in just 15.1 overs. This is Mumbai’s third win in the tournament. With this, the team reached the top position in the points table. Kerr was awarded ‘Player of the Match’.

Alavokaga..: As opener Yastika Bhatia got excited, a short breakthrough became easier for Mumbai. Yastika, who played with enthusiasm… Edapeda gave the team a good start with fours and sixes. She crossed the boundary on the first ball of the innings.. 6 and 4 respectively in Molanoo’s over. Then she hit six in Renuka’s over and two consecutive fours in Devine’s over. Mumbai’s score was 45 when Yastika got out in the fourth over. Another opener Hailey Mathews (26).. the team’s score was 69. After that, Amelia Kerr, who played hard, took the team towards the goal smoothly. She added 49 runs for the third wicket with a not sear (27) to ensure the victory. She completed the ceremony along with Pooja Vastrakar (8 not out).

Bangalore beat: Earlier Bangalore was beat by Mumbai Indians. RCB’s innings did not gain momentum at any stage. The team lost wickets regularly. Ellyse Perry fought back and RCB managed to score just that. Seaver, Pooja Vastrakar, Issy Wong.. played a key role in Bengaluru. Bengaluru, who lost the toss and went into bat, started the innings poorly. Wong damaged RCB by dismissing Smriti Mandhana (9) in the third over. After that the batters lined up. Sabbineni Meghna (11), Sophie Devine (9) and Richa Ghosh (7) all fell back as RCB found themselves in trouble at 42/4 in 8.2 overs. At that stage, Perry kept the innings going with good batting. Kerr got boundaries with cut and pull in consecutive balls. Sophie Molanoo (12) added 29 runs for the fifth wicket and improved the situation a bit. Then Georgia Wareham (27; 3×4 off 20 balls) added 52 runs for the sixth wicket to give Bengaluru a respectable total. Wareham, who did good strike rotation and scored occasional boundaries, gave good support to Perry. She returned in the 19th over.

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