Pakistan Ladies allrounder Sana Mir has introduced her retirement from worldwide cricket, bringing an finish to a 15-year profession. Mir, who made her worldwide debut in 2005, took 151 wickets in 120 ODIs and 89 wickets in 106 T20Is.
Final November, Mir had taken a break from worldwide cricket and had missed Pakistan’s tour of England. Subsequently, she was ignored of Pakistan’s squad for the 2020 T20 World Cup in Australia following a run of poor kind.
“Previous few months have supplied me with a chance to ponder,” Mir mentioned in a press release. “I really feel it’s the proper time for me to maneuver on. I consider I’ve contributed to the most effective of my skill for my nation and the game.
“After I mirror on my debut, it provides me nice satisfaction that I’ve been a part of the method that has ultimately resulted in a packed-to-capacity Lord’s for the ICC Ladies’s World Cup 2017 last, one thing that was additional boosted by a file 87,000 spectators for the ICC Ladies’s T20 World Cup 2020 last on the Melbourne Cricket Floor. These are nice success tales for ladies’s cricket.”
In her assertion, Mir thanked her household and mentors and hoped to proceed “serving” her departmental workforce Zarai Taraqiati Financial institution Restricted (ZTBL).
“I additionally need to thank my household and mentors who supplied unconditional help that allowed me to fulfil my desires of representing Pakistan at a world stage and would additionally wish to thank my departmental workforce ZTBL for his or her help all through my profession. I stay up for proceed serving them if division cricket continues.”
Mir retires because the main wicket-taker for Pakistan in ODIs and second-highest behind Nida Dar in T20Is.
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