Who is Hailey Mathews, in front of whom Delhi bowed down, became the purple cap holder of the first season

Mumbai: Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals by 7 wickets in the final of Women’s Premier League 2023. Hayley Mathews performed brilliantly in bowling for Mumbai in the match. Along with this, Mathews also won the Purple Cap title in the Women’s Premier League with her strong bowling. Mathews played a total of 10 matches for Mumbai Indians in the first season in which he took 16 wickets. During this, his economy rate was 5.94 and he also took three or more wickets four times. Mathews’s bowling was very strong in the final match as well. In the final, Mathews spent just 5 runs in 4 overs against Delhi Capitals in which he took three big wickets. Due to this strong bowling by Mathews, the Delhi team could score 131 runs at the loss of 9 wickets in 20 overs.

Sophie Ecclestone finished second

Apart from Hayley Mathews, Sophie Ecclestone became the second highest wicket-taker in the Women’s Premier League 2023. Sophie Ecclestone also bowled brilliantly for UP Warriors. Sophie Ecclestone played a total of 9 matches in the league in which she also took 16 wickets. During this, he took three or more wickets twice. Sophie Ecclestone undoubtedly took 16 wickets in the league but Hayley Mathews’ figures were much better than Sophie in the league.

At the third place was Amelia Kerr of Mumbai Indians. Amelia also performed strongly in the first season of the Women’s Premier League. Amelia took a total of 15 wickets for her team in the entire season. Mumbai Indians’ Isi Wong finished third with 15 wickets in 10 matches.

how was the final match

In the final match of the Women’s Premier League, the Delhi Capitals team won the toss and decided to bat first. However, his decision did not work and the entire team could score only 131 runs at the loss of 9 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs game. Mag Lanning scored the maximum 35 runs for Delhi. Apart from this, Shikha Pandey played an important inning of 27 runs in the end.

In response, Nat Seaver Brunt scored an unbeaten 60 runs for the Mumbai Indians team. Apart from this, captain Harmanpreet Kaur also played a brilliant inning of 37 runs, while Hayley Mathews contributed 13 runs, Mellie Kerr contributed 14 runs.

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