The final match of WPL 2023 came into a big controversy after the shocking dismissal of Shafali Verma on the No-ball!
For Mumbai Indians, Issy Wong claimed two wickets, and once more, full tosses have enabled Mumbai to get off to a fast start against Delhi Capitals.
Shafali Verma’s poor performance in the tournament came to an end when she left for a four-ball 11, and Alice Capsey followed suit by leaving for a duck.
However, Shafali’s dismissal, who cleared a path for Wong and made a backward point cut against a delivery that was waist-high, continues to be the topic of conversation. An umpire’s review determined that it was not out, so.
There was a height issue, but the review implied that the ball was dipping below the waist
Unbelievable scenes at the Brabourne Stadium: the third umpire says it wasn’t a No Ball. Mumbai Indians didn’t mind because the powerful hitter quickly returned to the hut.
Wong recorded the first-ever hat trick in Women’s Premier League history. She dismissed ejecting Kiran Navgire, Simran Shaikh, and Sophie Ecclestone earlier in the Eliminator match against UP Warriorz.
Capitalizing on the chance of Kiran Navgire’s plan to send everything to the stands. The England pacer charged on her in the 13th over of the innings. Navgire attempted to loft the ball over the deep midwicket after receiving her full toss. As it fell into Nat Sciver-Brunt’s safe hands.
She then struck the middle stump with a cross-seamed ball that went full and unimpeded. Simran attempted to navigate and find the line but failed miserably, discovering her stumps in a mess.
After an inside edge shook the stumps, Wong completed her hat trick by eliminating Sophie Ecclestone. The 20-year-old was in fine form on Friday at the DY Patil Stadium, challenging the shaky Warriorz lineup.
The Warriorz captain Alyssa Healy was skillfully dismissed by Wong in the third over for her first of four wickets. She caused Healy to take a shot when she sent the ball darting at full length and slightly veering towards the off stump.
Wong ultimately passed the ball to Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of her opponent’s team. Issy finished with 4/15 in four overs at a remarkable economy rate of 3.75.
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