MI vs GG Video: Yastika Bhatia hit a brilliant six against Gujarat, Ishaan Kishan was surprised to see the timing

Ishaan Kishan and Yastika Bhatia

Ishaan Kishan and Yastika Bhatia
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The Mumbai team is looking in excellent rhythm in the Women’s Premier League. Mumbai Indians have become the first team in the league to qualify for the playoffs after winning five consecutive matches. However, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side will look to stay on top of the points table and play directly in the final.

Mumbai beat Gujarat Giants in their fifth match and registered their fifth win in the tournament. Mumbai captain Harmanpreet Kaur played a brilliant inning of 51 runs in this match. At the same time, Yastika Bhatia also scored 44 runs in 37 balls. Yastika also hit five fours and a six in his innings.

Annabel Sutherland was doing the 10th over of Mumbai’s innings. He fingered the fifth ball of the over and bowled a slower one to trap Yastika Pho, but Yastika stepped forward and played the shot with excellent timing. For some time it looked like she would be out, but the ball fell straight outside the boundary line.

Mumbai Indians’ men’s team opener Ishaan Kishan also reached the stadium to watch the match. He also enjoyed Mumbai’s victory and Harmanpreet’s batting with Yastika. The last IPL was a forgettable one for the Mumbai men’s team. This team finished last in the points table, but in the Women’s Premier League, this team is unbeaten so far and is the strongest contender to win the title.

What happened in the match?

Batting first after losing the toss, Mumbai Indians performed brilliantly and scored 162 runs in the stipulated 20 overs. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored 51 and Yastika Bhatia scored 44 runs. Ashley Gardner took the maximum three wickets for Gujarat. Chasing the target of 163 runs, the Gujarat team put up a disappointing performance. Gujarat team could manage only 107 runs losing nine wickets in 20 overs and lost the match by 55 runs. Harleen Deol scored the highest 22 runs for Gujarat. There, Sneh Rana played an inning of 20 runs. Nat Shiver and Healy Mathews took three wickets each for Mumbai.

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