WPL: DRS show as MI’s Hayley Matthews endures replay goof up in match against UP Warriorz

Debate ejected in the Mumbai Indians versus UP Warriorz match when Mumbai player Hayley Matthews was given out after a DRS disaster. The hitter would have a word with the umpire and the occurrence would be reevaluated prompting Matthews remaining at the wrinkle subsequent to being given out at first.

In the fifth over of the Mumbai innings, it created the impression that Matthews had played Sophie Ecclestone’s yorker with the bat. UP pursued yet the on-field umpire gave it not out which prompted skipper Alyssa Healy to survey the choice.

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The replays then showed that Matthews had struck the ball before it hit her boot. The third umpire, nonetheless, was shown an alternate film, where the ball hit the boot first which prompted an inversion of the first choice with UP imagining that they had taken the primary MI wicket.

Matthews was apparently confounded and wouldn’t leave the pitch, in any event, having words with the umpire and Healey. This prompted the choice being surveyed once more and this time, the recording plainly showed that the ball had raised a ruckus around town player’s bat first. The choice was upset once more and Mathews waited.

In the match, the MI doled out an inside and out show as they walked to an eight-wicket prevail upon UP Warriorz to record their fourth consecutive success.

Saika Ishaque (3/33) drove Mumbai Indians‘ fightback with the ball to crash UP Warriorz, who looked set to enlist a cutthroat all out after half-hundreds of years from Alyssa Healy (58) and Tahlia McGrath (50).

UP Warriorz drooped from 140 for 3 in the seventeenth over to complete at 159 for 6 subsequent to choosing for bat, and with 160 to get, Mumbai Indians redesignd the objective on the rear of chief Harmanpreet Kaur’s unbeaten 53 and Nat Sciver-Brunt’s 45 not out, with Yastika Bhaita (42) playing areas of strength for an at the top.

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Harmanpreet and Sciver-Brunt added an unbeaten 106 for the third wicket as Mumbai Indians came to 164 for 2 in 17.3 overs.

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