Former Pakistani women cricket team captain and all rounder Sana Mir has announced retirement bringing to an end her 15 years old career. Sana made her international debut in 2005 and played 120 ODIs and 106 T20Is.
Sana Mir had taken break from international cricket last November and she had missed Pakistan’s tour of England. Later she was left out of T20 World Cup In Australia.
“Last few months have provided me with an opportunity to contemplate. I feel it is the right time for me to move on. I believe I have contributed to the best of my ability for my country and the sport,” said Sana.
Sana Mir also thanked her family and coaches for supporting her in fulfilling her dreams and she said that she will continue serving her departmental team of ZTBL.
“I also want to thank my family and mentors who provided unconditional support that allowed me to fulfill my dreams of representing Pakistan at a global stage and would also like to thank my departmental team ZTBL for their support throughout my career,” said Sana Mir.
Sana Mir took 151 wickets in her ODIs career and she stands tall as highest wicket taker for Pakistani women in ODIs. Whereas her 89 wickets haul in T20Is is second highest for Pakistani women after Nida Dar.
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