The Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered one other disappointing loss within the 2023 Women’s Premier League. They misplaced to the UP Warriorz by 10 wickets on Friday, March 10 on the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. This was their fourth consecutive defeat within the event, and they’re reeling on the backside of the desk with no factors.
Skipper Smriti Mandhana opened up on their dismal efficiency within the league up to now. She admitted that it was her accountability to get the crew off to a superb begin. The left-hander took the blame for the crew’s efficiency. She mentioned after the loss towards UP Warriorz,
“I think in the last four games, it has been happening. We start well and we lose a cluster of wickets. I will take the blame as well. As a top-order batter, we need to put up runs on the board for the bowlers to defend.”
“We spoke about it before this match that we will try to take 7-8 runs per over but it did not work out today. As top-order batters, we need to bat well and put up a good total to defend,” she added.
Lots to mirror and much to work on: Smriti Mandhana
Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Smriti Mandhana additional expressed that the crew is looking for the suitable stability within the event. She has individually spoken to the gamers, boosting their confidence. However, the southpaw added that the crew has loads to work on within the 2023 Women’s Premier League. She mentioned,
“We are trying to get a balanced team that can win us a game. I have tried to speak to almost all the players, and pep them up and I have to keep doing it. Last week has been tough. Lots to reflect and lots to work on.”
Batting first, Royal Challengers Bangalore was bowled out for 138 runs. Ellyse Perry was the lone fighter within the innings. She slammed 52 runs off 39 deliveries, with six boundaries and 6. In response, UP Warriorz chased down the goal with out loss. UP Warriorz skipper Alyssa Healy remained unbeaten on 96 runs, whereas Devika Vaidya scored 36 runs.
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