Ellyse Perry’s Stellar Performance in WPL 2024 and a Throwback to a Light-hearted Moment

Ellyse Perry, the star Australian cricketer, has been making headlines with her exceptional performance in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024, playing a crucial role in Royal Challengers Bangalore’s journey to the final.

Perry’s remarkable display of talent was evident as she contributed significantly to RCB’s victories, taking 6 wickets for just 15 runs and scoring an unbeaten 40 in a crucial match against Mumbai Indians. Her all-round performance continued in the Eliminator, where she took 1 wicket and scored an impressive 66 runs to secure another victory for her team.

Amidst her on-field brilliance, an old video from 2020 resurfaced, showcasing a light-hearted moment involving Perry and Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan. In the video, Perry is asked about Dhawan’s statement that he would like to go to dinner with her during a lockdown, along with a teammate. Perry responded humorously, expressing her flattery at the gesture and jokingly mentioning that Dhawan should foot the bill if they were to go out.

Additionally, RCB’s journey to the final was marked by outstanding performances from players like Shreyanka Patil and veteran leg-spinner Asha Sobhana, who displayed nerves of steel in the crucial ‘Eliminator’ match against Mumbai Indians. Patil’s impressive bowling in the 18th over, where she removed MI skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, played a pivotal role in RCB’s victory.

As Royal Challengers Bangalore gear up to face Delhi Capitals in the final, Perry’s exceptional form and the team’s collective efforts have set the stage for an exciting showdown. With Perry leading the charge both on and off the field, fans can expect a thrilling finale to the WPL 2024, showcasing the best of women’s cricket talent and sportsmanship.


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