Former Pakistan women’s cricket team captain Sana Mir has announced his retirement from international cricket.
Announcing his retirement, Sana Mir said she was deeply grateful to the Pakistan Cricket Board for giving him the opportunity to represent the country for 15 years, according to a statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
“It’s a great honor and a source of pride for me,” she said.
Sana Mir said that she was thankful to the staff, players, ground staff and everyone who contributed to their success and development of women’s cricket behind the scenes.
Sana Mir said that the last few months have given her ample opportunity to think, this is the best time to move forward in life and she is sure that she has been able to play a great role for the country and the game.
Sana Mir said that when she looks back on her career, she is happy to know that she has been a part of a process that led to the ICC Women’s World Cup at Lord’s for the first time in a packed stadium. The final of 2017 was played and then the final of the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup 2020 was played at Melbourne Cricket Ground in front of 87,000 spectators.
she said that these are the 2 best achievements of women’s cricket.
Sana Mir said that it is an honor to represent Pakistan and to wear a green jersey, but now is the time to move forward and this line of service will continue in a different way.