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WPL 2024: [WATCH] Delhi Capitals Speedster Marizanne Kapp Dismisses UP Warriorz Batter Tahlia McGrath With A Stunner

WPL 2024: Delhi Capitals pacer Marizanne Kapp has been on fire and has destroyed UP Warriorz’s top order with 3 crucial wickets within the first 5 overs including skipper Alyssa Healy and dangerous-looking Tahlia McGrath. 

Marizanne Kapp just loves bowling in the Powerplay. The DC pacer bowled a stunning delivery to dismiss Tahlia McGrath. She bowled on a hard length on off stump and angled in, McGrath hops onto the back foot and presents a straight bat at it but plays down the wrong line completely. The ball nips away and knocks over the top of the off stump, dismissing McGrath.

Marizanne Kapp didn’t provide much chance for UPW batters to rethink their strategy as she gave another blow to the team with the wicket of Tahlia McGrath. This is a terrific start for the Delhi Capitals and they will look to capitalize on the pressure. UP Warriorz are in big trouble here as Radha Yadav got the big wicket of Grace Harris. Kapp is done with her quota of bowling, grabbing three wickets in her four overs spells and only giving away five runs. 

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What an extraordinary bowling effort from the star player!!

You can watch the video here:

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As far as the ongoing match is concerned, UP Warriorz need to do something exceptional to make a comeback in the game and put on a fightable total. At the moment, the UPW were in deep trouble as they were at 57/5 in 12 overs. However, they could only manage 119 for 9 in their allotted 20 overs.

On the other hand, Delhi Capitals started the campaign with a narrow defeat to the defending champions Mumbai Indians in the campaign opener. They posted 171 runs in 20 overs but Mumbai sealed the deal on the final ball, courtesy of S Sajana’s final-ball six.

Meg Lanning, the Delhi Capitals captain said after the game as quoted by Cricbuzz: “It was sliding on and Mumbai bowled a tight length and kept it tight. Generally it was pretty good for bowlers, Mumbai bowled pretty well upfront which probably was the difference. We thought we were in the game, we would have liked a few more. We fought to take it to the last ball, unfortunately it was not to be.”

“For most part we executed pretty well, short side and Yastika as the left-hander complicated things. For the first game considering we got one week before it was a good effort. We sort of nearly snuck in the end. When we got Kaur out, we were in the game, but to come out and get a six like that first ball is pretty impressive. [on Capsey for the last over] The big side to the right-handers, spearing the ball to get their batters to hit to the longer side was the plan,” she concluded.

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