Harmanpreet Kaur Said After Winning WPL Trophy, "It Feels Like A Dream."

Harmanpreet Kaur Said After Winning WPL Trophy, “It Feels Like A Dream.”

On Sunday, the Mumbai Indians made history by winning the inaugural WPL 2023 trophy. In a thrilling final, Mumbai, led by Harmanpreet Kaur, defeated Delhi Capitals by 7 wickets. Kaur scored 37 runs while Nat Sciver-Brunt scored 60 runs to enable Mumbai make a comeback in the game.

Wonderful experience, we were waiting for so many years,” Harmanpreet exclaimed.

This was loved by everyone in the changing room. Everyone here feels as though they are in a dream. So many people have asked when WPL will arrive, and that day has now arrived, and we are overjoyed and pleased.” “I’m quite pleased with how everyone performed. I believe that remaining positive is essential; we were fortunate to have full tosses in our favor. This is a special occasion for all of us; I’ve waited a long time, and now I know what it’s like to win. “That was a fantastic experience, and I can’t wait for next year,” she continued.

In terms of the game, Mumbai restricted Delhi to an average total of 131 runs before chasing down the target with three balls to spare. At the Brabourne stadium, Delhi skipper Meg Lanning scored 35 runs and was the team’s star with the bat. Shafali Verma and Marizanne Kapp scored 11 and 18 runs, respectively. Shikha Pandey (27 not out) and Radha Yadav (27 not out) forged a 53-run stand to enable Delhi post a competitive total.

DC captain Lanning acknowledged her team’s error, saying, “We would have wanted to win, but full credit to MI.”

They deserve it, but all credit goes to our group. We didn’t bat well, but this competition has proved that you can fight till the bitter finish, and then you never know.” “The bowlers put up a great effort. We played well in the first 10 overs, getting early wickets, but Harmanpreet and Sciver-Brunt snatched the game away with their excellent batting.”

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