LAHORE – Former Pakistani captain Sana Mir has moved into the highest 5 in Worldwide Cricket Council’s ODI bowlers rankings, launched on Monday.
The proper-arm spinner secured the fourth place with 620 factors to her identify, surpassing famend names from Indian, South African and West Indian fellows.
Australia’s Jess Jonassen is the primary ranked bowler, with teammate Megan Schutt on the second spot whereas South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp is ranked third by the cricketing council.
The Pakistani spin all-rounder is now forward of Indian quick bowler Jhulan Goswami, who sits at fifth with 609 factors.
Son after the announcement of rankings, the Pakistan Cricket Board felicitated the previous captain on her newest accolade.
— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) April 16, 2018
Sana performed 108 ODIs for Pakistan since making her debut in 2005. She additionally turned the primary feminine cricketer from the nation to play 100 ODIs in the course of the ICC Girls’s World Cup in June-July 2017.
The 32-years-old cricketer was changed by Bismah Maroof as the brand new ODI captain following a dismal crew efficiency within the mega match.
Nevertheless, the crew made a stunning comeback within the lately concluded sequence towards Sri Lanka the place the Inexperienced Shirts clear swept the hosts by Three-Zero in ODI sequence, adopted by a 2-1 victory in T20Is, with Mir taking part in a central position within the victories.