All-rounder Sana Mir announces retirement from international cricket

Sana Mir multifaceted from Pakistan announced her retirement from international cricket after her country of origin was represented in 120 ODI and 106T20I from 2009 to 2017.
In a statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Council, the 34-year-old thanked her teacher and family for their continued support throughout her career.

All-rounder Sana Mir announces retirement from international cricket
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“I want to express my gratitude to the Program Coordination Council for giving me the opportunity to serve my country for 15 years. It was an absolute honor and privilege. I express my gratitude to all support staff, players, ground employees and all behind the scenes for their contributions to my career and the development of the women's cricket game.”

The right hitter led Pakistan in 137 international matches. It has 151 wickets with an average of 24.27 at 120 ODI. In T20Is, it has 89 wickets with an average of 23.42. Moreover, it also scored 1630 times in ODI at 1791 and 802 in T20I at 14.07.

Sana revealed that she had been thinking about retiring in the past few months and that this was the time to cancel.

On the other hand, Wasim Khan Mir, CEO of the Mediation Coordination Council congratulated him on his successful career. It has been considered the face of Pakistani women's cricket game for many years and a true source of inspiration for the younger generation.

Through her determination and passion, Mir broke the glass ceiling of cricket women in the country. Through her shows, she not only improved the image of women's cricket in Pakistan, but also improved the image of Pakistan worldwide. "

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