Moment of Gujarat Giants and UP Warriors match: Chauka Jad Grace Harris did a Punjabi dance, and won UP Warriors by hitting a six
The Women’s Premier League has started. Three matches have been played in two days. There was one match on Saturday, while there were two matches on Sunday. The first two matches were one-sided. But the match played between Gujarat Giants and UP Warriors on Sunday was very exciting. In this match played at DY Patil Stadium, UP Warriors batsman Grace Harris started dancing after hitting a four on the fourth ball of the last over and after that, she won the team by hitting a six. This video of Grace Harris is becoming quite viral.
In fact, in this match UP Warriors lost 7 wickets for 105 runs in 15.4 overs. The team needed 65 runs. The Gujarat Giants had a firm grip on the match. The match seemed to be slipping out of the hands of the UP Warriors. Batter Grace Harris was at the crease at that time. He was joined by Sophie Ecclestone. Both batted for 19.5 overs and added 70 runs in 26 balls to give victory to UP. Both started attacking batting from the 18th over. Kim Garth bowled this over of the innings, 20 runs were scored in it. Both scored 14 runs against Ashley Gardner in the 19th over. 19 runs were required off the last 6 balls.
Now know what happened in the last over.
Grace Harris played an unbeaten inning of 59 runs
First ball – Harris hit a six.
Second ball – wide. After that took 2 runs on the bowled ball.
Third ball – Harris hits a four.
Fourth ball – wide. After this, Harris hit a four on the thrown ball and the score became equal.
After which she started doing Punjabi dance in the middle of the match.
The fifth ball – hit a six and won the team by 3 wickets and forcing the fans to dance.
Grace Harris scored an unbeaten 59 in just 26 balls, which included 7 fours and 3 sixes. In this too, 2 fours and 2 sixes came in the last over, when UP needed 19 runs.
Gujarat scored 169 runs
Batting first after winning the toss, Gujarat Giants scored 169 runs at the loss of 6 wickets. Chasing the target, UP Warriors achieved the target by scoring 175 runs with one ball remaining at the loss of 7 wickets.