See: Ellyse Perry’s ‘shocking’ reaction after destroying the car window with a tremendous six at WPL 2024

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Ellyse Perry shatters window of a car


Royal Challengers Bangalore Women and Australia Women’s National Cricket Team all-round champion Ellyse Perry smashed a show car window with her magnificent six during a Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024 game on Monday, March 4.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, led by Smriti Mandhana, take on Alyssa Healy, led up warriors in the eleventh match of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.

UP Warriorz Women won the toss and elected to bowl first in the match. They couldn’t put in a good performance with the ball and they weren’t very good on the field either. Royal Challengers Bangalore Women batsmen Smriti Mandhana, Ellyse Perry, Richa Ghosh and Sabbhineni Meghana played impressive knocks to help their team post a huge total of 198/3 on the board.

RCB-W captain Smriti Mandhana was the best performer with the bat as she scored a sensational 80 runs off 50 balls with 10 fours and 3 sixes. She was involved in an incredible partnership with Ellyse Perry and the duo together added 95 runs off 64 balls.

Perry also played a fantastic innings and smoked the UP Warriorz bowlers all over the park. He smashed 58 runs off 37 balls, with 4 fours and 4 sixes.

One of his sixes became the talk of the town when he bowled the ball with his powerful stroke and smashed the window of the show car in the stadium.

On the fifth ball of the 19th over, Deepti Sharma bowled a full delivery off off stump and Perry pressed forward and smashed it over the deep mid-wicket for a magnificent six. The ball hit the window of the show car and destroyed it. Seeing her six damage the car, Ellyse Perry had a surprised expression on her face.

Watch: Ellyse Perry destroys car window with tremendous six at WPL 2024

Speaking before the match, Ellyse Perry said they have been talking about getting back to winning ways in the locker room and expressed confidence in her team’s success against UP Warriorz. She said:

“That’s (winning again) what we’ve been talking about and it would be really good. We have a super tough challenge ahead of us tonight with UP and the one we are also looking forward to should be a great match. The last one at home too, so we’re looking forward to making the most of it.

“It clearly has something to do with the conditions, teams are very adapted to chasing totals nowadays. Regardless of the draw tonight, we have a very good handle on what we need to do tonight to be successful.”

Ellyse Perry also spoke of not playing her full quota of four overs despite being in top form. He said that he is all about the depth of RCB-W’s bowling unit. Ellyse Perry said:

“It just has to do with the depth, the richness and the options we have in our bowling line-up and what is working on the night. It’s really nice to have that. We have launched an attack with many effects. I haven’t played there (Delhi) for a long time, we have the luxury of watching a game there tomorrow night and getting an idea of ​​what to expect. “We also have some local knowledge within the group who know how those conditions develop.”