The defeat was additionally Delhi’s first of the season.
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Bowlers led from the entrance for Mumbai as Delhi have been rolled over for a paltry 105 after opting to bat first.
Pacer Issy Wong and spinners Saika Ishaque and Hayley Matthews grabbed three wickets every in a mixed effort to shoot down star-studded Delhi batting line-up in 18 overs.
As It Occurred
Openers Yastika Bhatia and Matthews then struck a wonderful 65-run partnership for the opening wicket to place Delhi out of the competitors utterly.
With a small goal to chase, Mumbai romped house in 15 overs with captain Harmanpreet Kaur (11 not out) and Nat Sciver-Brunt (23 not out) taking them previous the end line.
Chasing a lowly whole, the opening pair of Yastika (41) and Matthews (32) knocked off 47 runs within the powerplay.
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Yastika performed her most convincing innings within the event to date, with the hard-hitting Matthews additionally cashing in on the unhealthy deliveries.
Yastika clobbered eight fours to file her highest rating within the WPL whereas Matthews, coming off a match-winning 77 not out, regarded unhurried in her 31-ball stick with six fours.
After a watchful begin, Matthews unleashed three consecutive fours off Shikha Pandey within the fourth over and Yastika joined in quickly, smacking Marizanne Kapp for 3 fours within the subsequent over to maintain Mumbai in full command of the proceedings.
Tara Norris offered some respite for Delhi within the ninth over, pinning Yastika in entrance of the wickets with the batter additionally exhausting a DRS attraction.
And when it regarded just like the pair of Matthews and Nat Sciver-Brunt would take Mumbai to a second consecutive nine-wicket win, Delhi vice-captain Jemimah Rodrigues produced a superb athletic catch operating in from lengthy off to finish the Caribbean batter’s keep, off Jess Jonassen.
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It was a day of collective failure with each bat and ball for the Meg Lanning-led Delhi. Lanning’s 43 was the best particular person whole of the innings whereas her deputy Rodrigues’ scored 25.
The uncapped Ishaque continued her stellar run within the event whereas Wong and Matthews additionally performed a vital position in bringing down the high-flying Delhi Capitals.
Delhi, who had amassed totals in extra of 200 in each their matches, crumbled in opposition to disciplined and probing Mumbai bowlers with the bat, in a high-pressure contest.
Ishaque was as soon as once more the hero because the left-arm spinner accounted for Lanning, Shafali Verma (2) and Rodrigues to take her wicket tally to 9 in three matches — probably the most within the event.
The one vibrant spot for Delhi was the 50-run stand for the fourth wicket between Lanning and Rodrigues, however as soon as their resistance was damaged, the Capitals slipped additional as they misplaced 4 wickets in 9 balls for simply three runs.
To their credit score, Mumbai bowled tight traces to not enable Delhi batters to get away, with the batting facet managing simply six fours within the first 10 overs, and an general 9 fours and a six of their total innings.
(With inputs from PTI)