WPL 2024: Mumbai Indians on top in the points table, this is the condition of other teams


WPL 2024 mumbai Indians top in the points table with 4 points, rcb on 2nd spot, know other team standingsWPL 2024 mumbai Indians top in the points table with 4 points, rcb on 2nd spot, know other team standings

Bengaluru. WPL 2024: Since the beginning of the second season of the Women's Premier League i.e. WPL, the defending champion Mumbai Indians has started strengthening its hold on the points table. After winning the first two matches of the season, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led MI team has reached the first position with 4 points. Apart from MI, the only other team in the league is RCB which has won a match. Smriti Mandhana-led Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated UP Warriors in their first match. Both these teams are currently in the top-2 of the WPL 2024 points table.

Mumbai Indians became number one in the points table

Harmanpreet Kaur's Mumbai Indians WPL 2024 The second season of IPL started by defeating last season's runner-up Delhi Capitals. In the first match, MI won by 4 wickets. Their second match on Sunday night was with Gujarat Giants where they chased the target and won the match by 5 wickets. With these two consecutive wins, MI has 4 points in its account and is currently at the first position in the points table. Apart from Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore team has managed to open its account in the points table. Apart from these, the teams of Delhi Capitals, UP Warriors and Gujarat Giants are at third, fourth and fifth position respectively after losing their first match.

How was the Mumbai Indians vs Gujarat Giants match?

played on sunday night WPL 2024 In the match, after losing the toss and opting to bat first, Gujarat Giants managed to score only 126 runs on the board at the loss of 9 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. Shabnim Ismail had a stranglehold on GG's batsmen right from the beginning, taking a total of three wickets. In the middle overs, Amelia Kerr broke Gujarat's back by taking 4 wickets. Tanuja Kanwar, who came to bat at number 9 for Gujarat, was the top scorer with 28 runs. Mumbai Indians, who set out to chase the easy target of 127 runs, did not have a good start. The team had lost the top-3 batsmen by a margin of 50 runs. But then captain Harmanpreet Kaur (46*) along with Amelia Kerr (31) took charge of the team and gave Mumbai its second win of the season with 11 balls to spare. Amelia Kerr was awarded the Player of the Match award for her all-round performance.

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