Kiran Navgire, an all-around player for the UP Warriorz, has admitted that she is a major MS Dhoni fan. Navgire was spotted with a bat with the writing “MSD 07” on it during the Warriorz inaugural match of the Women’s Premier League (WPL). A video of her earlier interview has gone viral after the images of her bat appeared on social media.
Nagvgire, a player for the Nagaland cricket team, admitted during the interview that she is a Dhoni fan and has been following him ever since she first became interested in the sport. She shared her memories while watching the 2011 World Cup final, in which India was victorious thanks to Dhoni.the name. She continued by stating that she had no idea where it was taking place or if India had made it to the finals back then because she had not been following the game or even the World Cup.
While Dhoni father was following, cricket did not happen. I had limited knowledge of the World Cup 2011, including its location and if India will be playing in the championship game. I was a child at the time and knew very little about the game. Therefore, I was also watching the game at home. When I questioned my brothers about it, they informed me that India was playing Sri Lanka in the World Cup final.
Yet, in what appears to be a trystThe Solapur-born batsman Dhoni’s performance in that vital game and his historic shot to end the game left an impression on Navgire, who then began dreaming of hitting massive strikes to win matches for India. She continued by saying that scoring sixes gives her more self-confidence.
The six he hit to end the game and the innings he (MS Dhoni) played always impress me. Like him, I want to make sixes as well. No matter what innings I’m in when I’m batting, hitting a six gives me a tonne of confidence and makes me believe that I’ll score a lot of runs. Dhoni is the best because of this, she continued.
winning start to WPL season vs Gujarat Giants
In Beth Mooney’s absence, the Gujarat Giants, headed by Sneh Rana, won the toss and decided to bat first. Harleen Deol’s 46 off 32 balls helped the Giants, who had previously dropped their WPL curtain-raiser against the Mumbai Indians, achieve a respectable score of 169.
to win by three wickets with one ball remaining.The UP Warriorz struggled to get going in their pursuit of 170 as openers Alyssa Healy and Shweta Sehrawat went out early in the innings. Navgire’s magnificent half-century kept UP in contention in the meantime. The all-rounder, who is 28 years old, struck 53 runs in just 43 balls, including two maximums and five boundaries. Kim Garth took her wicket, and Grace Harris and Sophie Ecclestone led the squad after that.