Pakistan’s incredibly famous female cricketer and previous skipper Sana Mir has reported her retirement from global cricket.
The national selectors had dropped Sana Mir from the World Cup crew in Australia, on which commander Bismillah Maroof had additionally communicated reservations and Sana Mir had censured boss selector Urooj Mumtaz via web-based networking media.
Prior, Sana Mir didn’t perform well in the competition held in Karachi.
Sana Mir has said that it is a respect to speak to Pakistan and to wear a green pullover is a glad second. Inshallah, this arrangement of administration will proceed in an alternate manner. Long live Pakistan.
Sana Mir said in an announcement on Saturday.
She said that she is certain that she has had the option to assume the best job for the nation and the game. During her cricket profession, she met the absolute best ladies cricketers and shaped a profound companionship with them.
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Inside story of Sana Mir taking a break from cricket.
Sana Mir is one of the most powerful players in ladies’ cricket. Previously, numerous mentors blamed her for gathering in the group yet the PCB constantly overlooked the reports of the group the board.
Previous mentor Sabih Azhar had leveled genuine claims against him however the PCB ceased from making a move against him in the control case.
During the PSL, the PCB employed Sana Mir for master analysis, while in October 2018, Sana Mir bested the ICC Women’s ODI bowlers’ rankings.
Sana Mir is one of the nine ladies cricketers who took 100 wickets in ODI cricket and scored 1000 runs.
Lisa Stalker of Australia best the rundown, having been named skipper of the Wisden Women’s Team of the Decade.
The PCB declared on Saturday that Sana Mir has today bid farewell to her renowned 15-year cricket vocation.
She has played in 226 worldwide matches in her vocation, during which time she captained the Pakistan ladies’ cricket crew in 137 global matches from 2009-2017.
Sana Mir made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in Karachi in December 2005 and played his last ODI in November 2019 against Bangladesh in Lahore.
He took 151 wickets in 120 ODIs and scored 1630 runs. With 151 ODI wickets, Sana Miral is fourth in the time list alongside Anisa Mohammad, India’s Jhulan Goswami tops the rundown.
The ICC additionally paid tribute to Sana Mir, calling her a good example for young ladies competitors.