Bismah Maroof was likewise inducted into the Pakistan team at a young age, at the age of 15, and hasn’t been seen since. Even as a teenager, she shone brightly and set the tone for what was to come in the years ahead. Bismah is perhaps Pakistan’s most reliable batsman at the moment, a compact left-handed batter capable of anchoring the innings.
Bismah is also a deft wrist spinner, and unlike many other bits-and-pieces players in white-ball cricket, she is a true all-rounder who can make an impact with both bat and ball.
She has guaranteed that Pakistan never runs out of bowling alternatives, thanks to her and her teammate Javeria Khan. With an unflappable disposition since her early teens, Bismah was destined for captaincy, and she took over the T20I side after the 2016 World T20.
Pakistan women’s cricket team captain Bismillah Maroof has given birth to a daughter. Bismillah Maroof shared the news of her daughter’s birth on August 30 on the social networking site Twitter.
SHe wrote, “Allah Almighty has blessed me with a daughter, Alhamdulillah.”
Following Bismillah Maroof’s tweet, followers, fellow athletes and journalists started congratulating her.