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Jamie’s flying catch in WPL.

Jamie’s flying catch in WPL.

Jamie’s flying catch in WPL… was on the boundary, ran 20 meters, dived ahead, and caught the catch; Commentator said – this is the best

In the match played on Thursday in the Women’s Premier League, Delhi Capitals had to face defeat against Mumbai Indians. However, during the match, a catch by Jemimah Rodrigues of Delhi Capitals took everyone by surprise.

Jemima, known as Jamie in the team, ran about 20 meters from the boundary and took the catch while diving ahead. Former cricketer Akash Chopra, who was commenting on this brilliant catch, also praised it. He termed it the best catch of the tournament.

Delhi Capitals had given a target of 106 runs to Mumbai Indians. Mumbai Indians achieved this target in the 15th over and won the match by 8 wickets.

Jamie sent the pavilion to the set Mathews

Alice Capps threw the second ball of the 12th over of Mumbai’s innings outside the off stump. Hayley Mathews wanted to hit it big. But the ball did not hit his bat properly and went toward mid-off. There, Jemima, standing towards the deep, came running and as soon as the ball started coming down, she made a great dive and took the catch. Hayley Mathews returned after scoring 32 off 31 balls.

Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 8 wickets

Earlier, Delhi Capitals won the toss and decided to bat first. The entire team of Delhi Capitals got out after scoring 105 runs in 18 overs. Captain Meg Lanning scored the highest 43 runs and Jemima scored 25 runs from Delhi Capitals.

Chasing the target of 106 runs, the team of Mumbai Indians achieved it by losing 2 wickets. Yastika Bhatia and Hayley Mathews got Mumbai off to a blistering start. There was a 65-run partnership between the two. After the dismissal of Mathews, Natalie Seaver shared a 32-run partnership with captain Harmanpreet Kaur to give Mumbai Indians the win.

In the Women’s Premier League, Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals by 8 wickets.

Opting to bat after winning the toss at the DY Patil Stadium, Delhi got all out for 105 runs in 18 overs. In response, Mumbai achieved the target in 15 overs at the loss of 2 wickets.

The second day’s play in the fourth Test between India and Australia is going to start shortly. Australia reached a strong position with the help of Usman Khawaja’s century on the first day at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The team scored 255 runs at the loss of 4 wickets. Khawaja is unbeaten on 104 and Cameron Green on 49 runs.