Sana Mir former captain of woman cricket team

women cricketer Sana Mir has decided to say goodbye to cricket. Sana Mir says goodbye to 15-year cricket career He played in 226 international matches while Sana Mir captained Pakistan in 137 international matches from 2009 to 2017.

 

Sana Mir from Abbottabad started her career in December 2005. Under her captaincy, the Pakistan women’s cricket team won two gold medals at the 2010 and 2014 Asian Games.

Sana Mir won the best player award in the 2008 Women’s Cricket World Cup qualifiers. According to the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Player Rankings, he is the eighth one-day cricketer.

On May 12, 2019, Sana Mir also set a world record for most wickets in ODI cricket. The record was set during the third ODI against South Africa at Velo More Park Banoni when Javeria Khan caught Better S Loos on his ball which was his 147th wicket.

It is a great honor and pride to represent the country for 15 years,” Na Mir said. Thank you PCB, sports staff, players, ground staff. She also thanks her family, department and mentors.

 

“The last few months have been a great time to think and this is the best time to move on,” he said. I am sure that I have been able to play the best role for the country and the game

Sana Mir said that she met some of the best players during her cricket career and formed a deep friendship with them. The stories and philosophy of these athletes not only helped them to become strong athletes but also taught them a lesson that is unique from winning, losing or playing.

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