Haley Mathews created history in WPL 2023, the record made in the fourth season of the IPL was made in the first season of the league
The first edition of the Women’s Premier League 2023 continues to be held successfully in Mumbai. The team of Mumbai Indians is continuing its explosive performance in this tournament. Mumbai, who beat Gujarat Giants by 143 runs in the first match, now beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by nine wickets. The star player of this match was Caribbean player Haley Mathews, who has proved herself to be a brilliant all-rounder by performing with the ball as well as with the bat.
In the match played against Royal Challengers Bangalore at Brabourne Stadium, Healy was successful in taking three important wickets for 28 runs thanks to off-spin bowling. After this, for the Mumbai team chasing the target of 156 runs from Bangalore, Hailey also rocked the bat. Hailey, who came out to open, scored 77 runs in 38 balls with the help of 13 fours and a six and won the match by nine wickets to Mumbai.
made a great record
Due to Hailey’s brilliant performance, not only did Mumbai Indians win the match, but he also created a record for the team. He has achieved the record of scoring more than 75 runs in a match and taking three wickets in the same match in the very first edition of the league. On the other hand, if we talk about men’s IPL, then this record was made in the fourth season. In the fourth season of the men’s IPL, King XI Punjab’s Paul Valthaty scored 75 runs and took four wickets against Deccan Chargers. Chris Gayle, Shane Watson and Yuvraj Singh are among those who have achieved this feat. Now the name of Haley Mathews has also been added to this list.
Mumbai Indians opener Healy Mathews says the depth in their team’s batting line-up is helping them to show their natural game. He said after the victory, “There are many stars in our team. This gives me the facility to play freely at the top of the order. “He said,” Playing for the West Indies in the last few weeks, I have worked hard on my batting and made big scores. I tried to maintain the same rhythm. The wicket here is much better than South Africa, which helped a lot. My confidence has also increased.