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Jemimah Rodrigues’ gesture for fans during a WPL game is winning hearts. Watch




Delhi Capitals (DC) star Jemimah Rodrigues enjoying her time during the Women’s Premier League (WPL) match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday. In a viral video posted on social media, Rodrigues was seen entertaining the crowd with his scintillating dance moves. Now another gesture of Jemimah from the match is going viral on social media. In a video posted by its franchisee, DC, Jemimah kept the crowd hydrated by serving drinks at the stadium.

Fans praised Jemimah’s gesture. Here are the responses:

“Jamie knows how to win hearts!” Posted by a fan.

“Love you Jemmy…Dilli hai dilwalon ki,” wrote another fan with a heart emoji.

Another user wrote, “Jamhi has always been a very humble and kind person.”

“Why so cool Jem?,” another fan commented on the video.

Talking about the game, Shafali Verma and Meg Lanning struck fifties while left-arm pacer Tara Norris took five wickets as Delhi Capitals thrashed Royal Challengers Bangalore by 60 runs in their opening game of the tournament. defeated.

Norris destroyed the RCB lineup, returning figures of 5/29 after Delhi Capitals posted 223 for two at the Brabourne Stadium.

Chasing a mammoth 224, the Smriti Mandhana-led side posted 163 for eight in 20 overs.

Earlier, opener Shafali and Aussie skipper Lanning scored brilliant knocks of 84 and 72 respectively as DC posted their second successive WPL 200-plus score. Mumbai Indians posted 207 for five as they bowled out Gujarat Giants for 64 in their opening WPL match on Saturday.

While India’s young opener played some power-packed strokes in her 84, which came off just 45 balls (10 fours and four sixes), Australia captain Lanning was more clinical in her shots, hitting 43 runs in just 43 balls. Scored 72 runs (14 fours) as the duo destroyed the RCB bowling in a tailspin.

(With PTI inputs)

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