Sophie Devine doing Siuuu (Photo Source: Perth Scorchers/Twitter)
Sophie Devine doing Siuuu (Photograph Supply: Perth Scorchers/Twitter)

New Zealand’s Sophie Devine starred for reigning WBBL champions Perth Scorchers of their emphatic victory over Sydney Thunder on Sunday, sixteenth of October. Whereas the veteran Kiwi stole the present with the bat in hand within the first match, her distinguished celebration after claiming a wicket in Perth’s second match towards Hobart Hurricanes caught the eyes of the viewers. Devine pulled out the well-known ‘SIUUUU’ celebration, a trademark of world soccer icon Cristiano Ronaldo after claiming a wicket within the match.

Devine, who re-signed for defending champions Perth Scorchers forward of the present season, had a memorable outing of their first sport of the WBBL 2022. Though she could not replicate the heroics from the earlier match, Devine managed to eliminate the harmful Heather Graham at hand her facet the benefit towards Hobart.

Hobart’s Heather Graham was effectively set on the crease and was threatening to attain massive within the match. However the veteran White Fern cleaned her up within the 14th over and celebrated that essential wicket by bringing out the enduring ‘SIUUU’ celebration earlier than being greeted by her teammates. The celebration is a trademark of legendary footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and has been replicated by quite a few well-known athletes through the years. 

Devine was named the participant of the match for her efforts within the first match

Speaking about her glittering efficiency within the season opener towards Sydney Thunder, Sophie Devine returned with economical figures of 1/16 in her 4 overs, however the perfect was but to return from the 33-year-old as she guided her facet to a routine victory with the bat in hand. Chasing a mediocre 89 runs for victory, Devine opened the batting together with aggressive Aussie Beth Mooney. The duo added 55 runs for the primary wicket earlier than Mooney was dismissed within the tenth over of the second innings.

Mooney’s wicket didn’t perturb Devine, who went on to compile an unbeaten 44 off 42 deliveries to see her facet residence with none additional casualty. Her innings comprised 4 fours and one most, and he or she was adjudged the Participant of the Match for her all-round efforts in Perth Scorchers’ season opener.