Former Pakistan women's cricket team captain Sana Mir has announced her retirement

Former Pakistan women's cricket team captain Sana Mir has announced her retirement

Former Pakistan women's cricket team captain Sana Mir has announced his retirement.

According to a statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board, Sana Mir has announced her retirement from international cricket. This is the best time to move on.

According to her, she is happy that she has been able to play her best role in her country through this game.

Sana Mir made her ODI debut against Sri Lanka in Karachi in December 2005 and started her T20 career in May 2009 against Ireland.

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He played 120 ODIs in his 15-year international career in which he scored 1630 runs with the help of three half-centuries and also took 151 wickets from his off-spin bowling.

He also scored 802 runs and took 89 wickets in 106 T20 International matches.

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