Pakistan girls workforce’s star all-rounder, Nida Dar, is eyeing to change into the primary Pakistani cricketer to take 100 wickets in T20Is. Dar presently has 99 T20I wickets to her title and might be part of the elite group of cricketers to realize the landmark in Pakistan’s three-match T20I collection towards the West Indies, scheduled to start on 30 June.
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Solely 4 bowlers in girls’s cricket have achieved the feat of 100 wickets. West Indian bowler, Anisa Mohammad, Australian all-rounder, Ellyse Perry, South Africa’s Shabnum Ismail, and England’s Anya Shrusbole have achieved it for his or her international locations. Dar is only one wicket away to change into the fifth bowler on the earth to realize the historic landmark.
The 34-year previous all-rounder made her debut within the T20 World Cup match towards Sri Lanka in 2010. She has gone on to play 105 T20Is for Pakistan and has been one of the constant performers. She is presently the best wicket-taker and the third-highest Pakistani run-scorer in T20Is, having scored 1,152 runs in 93 innings.
Dar stated that her goal is to make use of her expertise and assist Pakistan win the upcoming limited-overs collection towards the West Indies.
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“As an all-rounder and a senior participant within the workforce, I’m wanting ahead to executing my duty of successful the matches for my facet. West Indies is perhaps ranked sixth and Pakistan seventh, however the rankings do not likely matter to me as a result of the outcomes are outlined by how a workforce performs on the day,” she stated.
“This collection is an effective alternative for us to win right here and it’ll definitely assist us in our preparations for the three main occasions – World Cup qualifiers, Girls’s World Cup, and Commonwealth Video games,” she added.
Pakistan girls’s workforce is presently on a historic tour of the West Indies the place they’ll play a three-match T20I collection, adopted by a five-match ODI collection.