Sana Mir, a former Pakistan women’s captain who now works as a commentator, has left the Pakistan Super League (PSL) midway through the season to join the commentary panel for the ICC Women’s World Cup. This will be her first appearance as a commentator at an ICC tournament of this magnitude.
Sana is the lone Pakistani on the top panel of analysts for the upcoming Women’s World Cup in France. Sana debuted as a commentator during the 2020 National T20 Cup and has since gone on to commentate in other international series hosted by Pakistan.
The 36-year-old used Twitter to announce that she is leaving the PSL to join the Women’s World Cup panel. She expressed her gratitude to the PSL management for providing her with such a memorable experience. Sana is one of Pakistan’s most successful female cricketers in history. She captained the Green Shirts in 72 One-Day Internationals and 65 Twenty-20 Internationals. Sana made her international debut in 2005 and went on to play 120 ODIs and 106 T20Is for Pakistan throughout the course of her 14-year career.
In ODIs, the former captain is Pakistan’s highest wicket-taker, with 151 wickets at an average of 24.27 in 120 matches. She is also Pakistan’s third-highest run-scorer in ODIs. In 110 innings, she racked up 1,630 runs at a 17.91 avg.
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