Former captain Sana Mir has announced his retirement from cricket
Former captain Sana Mir has announced his retirement from cricket. Former national women’s cricket team has announced his retirement from cricket. Former national women’s cricket team captain and the legendary player has announced her resignation from the team before the series against England last year, after which was not even considered for the T20 World Cup. However, now she has said goodbye to his 15-year cricket career.
In this regard, former captain Sana Mir said that he was deeply grateful to the Pakistan Cricket Board for giving him the opportunity to represent the country for 15 years. He thanked the sports staff, players, ground staff, and everyone.
PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said that the Pakistan Cricket Board thanks Sana Mir for a brilliant career. Sana Mir has been the face of Pakistan’s women’s cricket for a long time and a role model for the new generation. There are also athletes.
It may be recalled that Sana Mir played in 226 international matches in her career while Sana Mir captained the Pakistan women’s cricket team in 137 international matches from 2017-2009.