It was the fourth win on the trot for a rampaging Mumbai as they remained unbeaten within the match and consolidated their place on the prime within the standings.
4⃣ in 4⃣! 👏 👏The successful juggernaut continues for the @ImHarmanpreet-led @mipaltan as they beat #UPW 8 wickets! 👍… https://t.co/Fr5QA4cP2z
— Girls’s Premier League (WPL) (@wplt20) 1678642611000
Harmanpreet (53*) cracked her second 50-plus rating of the season whereas Sciver-Brunt smoked a fierce 31-ball 45* in chase because the duo added unbeaten 106 runs for the second wicket.
💪💙 #OneFamily #MumbaiIndians #AaliRe #UPWvMI https://t.co/BiPapMQdBY
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 1678640974000
Chasing a aggressive 160, Yastika Bhatia hammered a swift 27-ball 42 on the prime to arrange the platform for the chase. Harman and Sciver-Brunt then stitched a match-wiining partnership to take their workforce throughout the end line with 15 balls to spare.
As It Occurred
The defeat for the Warriorz was their second however they continue to be on the third spot on the factors desk.