WPL Auction 2023 Live: Jemima, who rocked the bat against Pakistan, got a lot of money in the auction, DC bought it for Rs 2.2 crore - Newztezz Online

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WPL Auction 2023 Live: Jemima, who rocked the bat against Pakistan, got a lot of money in the auction, DC bought it for Rs 2.2 crore


Womens IPL Auction 2023 , Jemimah Rodrigues: India's star batsman and Jemimah Rodrigues, who played a blistering half-century innings of 53 against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup on Sunday, also received a lot of money in the Women's Premier League auction. There was a fierce competition between UP, Delhi and Mumbai to buy Jemima, but Delhi Capitals beat everyone and included this star batsman in their camp by paying a huge amount of 2.2 crores.

Jemima created a blast against Pakistan
In the ongoing Women's T20 World Cup 2023 on Sunday, a huge form of Jemima Rodrigues was seen against Pakistan. In this match, he played a blistering half-century of 53 runs in 38 balls. He was also chosen as the man of the match for his innings. At the same time, her brilliant performance also benefited her in the Women's Premier League auction and Delhi Capitals included her in their team by paying a huge amount of 2.2 crores.

Jemima T20 Career
Jemima Rodrigues has played 76 T20 International matches for India so far in her career. During this, he has scored 1628 runs at an average of 30.72. She is known for handling the team in batting and playing big and banging innings after getting set. Jemima has scored 10 half-centuries in T20 International while batting brilliantly. Jemima can be heavy on any brother team. In such a situation, she can become the biggest match winner of Delhi.

Let us tell you that Jemima's performance has been excellent for some time. He has scored runs with the bat against every team. At the same time, he has handled the team many times in difficult times and by taking the team to a strong position, has made the team win. She can also be seen doing this work for Delhi in the Women's Premier League.

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