Former Pakistan skipper Sana Mir announces retirement

Former Pakistan women’s skipper Sana Mir announced her retirement from international cricket. She featured in 226 international matches for Pakistan, including 137 as captain from 2009 to 2017. The 34-year-old cricketer is currently ranked 9th and 41st in the ICC’s ODI and T20I bowlers’ lists.

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The right-handed batter made her ODI debut against Sri Lanka in Karachi in December 2005. She played her last ODI was against Bangladesh in Lahore in November 2019. She is one of the nine women cricketers to have taken 100 wickets and scored 1,000 runs in ODIs.

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