KARACHI: Another feather would be added by the senior player and the former captain of the Pakistan women team Sana Mir to her cap as the result of stepping in the field for the third T20i against West Indies to become first Asian woman to accomplish 100 T20Is in Karachi.
Sana Mir, 33 is among the most senior women cricketers of Pakistan and she has been representing the country since 2005.
Sana Mir has also been a part of inaugural T20I team of Pakistan that played in 2009 in Ireland at Dublin. Since that time, only two T20Is have been missed by her due to an injury.
The senior player and the former captain of the Pakistan women team Sana Mir is the sixth women to complete a century of T20Is from all over the world. The list is led by Daendra Dottin of West Indies who has completed 109 T20Is.
Sana Mir would be the first among all the women from Asian countries to achieve this milestone. Bismah Maroof is followed by her with 94 T20Is to her name whereas; Harampreet Kaur from India has 93 T20Is to her cricket CV.
The seasoned all-rounder as well as the top-ranked bowler of ODI from Pakistan was delighted ahead of attaining the landmark.
Sana told that every match played for Pakistan is a big responsibility and a wonderful opportunity for her.
She further added that she has been privileged to present Pakistan and continued that she has given her best in every match for Pakistan.
Sana Mir would be a second Pakistani sportsperson to accomplish centuries of international games in the shortest format by completing centuries of T20Is among men as well as women.