Sana Mir likely to lose captaincy place in team
Sana Mir likely
Sana Mir is probably going to lose captaincy and her place in the group after Pakistan’s woeful execution in the ICC Women’s World Cup in England.
“She (Sana) neglected to lead Pakistan appropriately. Her execution too was not tasteful. The board is probably going to take a choice one week from now about her future part in the group,” a source in Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) told APP on Monday.
The national ladies’ group finished its frustrating World Cup battle on Saturday when it endured a 15-run crush because of individual battling Sri Lankans.
General this was their seventh straight thrashing in the lofty occasion. In this manner, the Sana Mir-drove side likewise completed as the main outfit in the competition to taste overcome in every one of the apparatuses they played.
Pakistan ladies Sana Mir likely’ group touched base back home early Monday.
The source said that all-rounder Bismah Maroof is probably going to be the following decision for the board to lead the national group.
“According to my data, Sana will lose both captaincy and her place in the group. Bismah will be given over rules of organization’s stewardship. She is a prepared player and throughout the years has developed into a reliable player,” he said.
The 25-year-old Bismah, who is Pakistan’s second-most experienced player in ODIs after Sana, was precluded of the Women’s World Cup because of hand damage in Pakistan’s match against England right on time in the competition. She was supplanted by all-rounder Iram Javed.
The source said ladies group’s mentor Sabih Azhar is likewise liable to lose his employment.
“The group showed a poor show in every one of the ranges under him. He was not delegated mentor on changeless premise. Also, amid his short stretch with the group he neglected to awe,” he included.
The source said that the board was thinking about selecting another mentor for the ladies’ group from National Cricket Academy’s instructors.