Sana Mir, First Pakistani To Complete 100 ODI


Pakistani women cricket team player and the captain, Sana Mir, has become the first ever Pakistani women cricketer to play the 100th ODI for the country.  She represented Pakistan in 100th one day international while playing against New Zealand this Saturday in the ongoing ICC women’s world cup 2017.

Sana Mir has been one of the most well-known and professional women cricket of all the time in the country. She did not let the historical day of her 100th ODI go in vain without celebrations and to do the celebrations what she did is even more amazing. Sana Mir scored a half century to make this day even more memorable for herself as well as the nation this fifty was the 3rd of her career. Sana Mir has presented a cap for completing 100 ODIs by the Australian vice-captain, Lisa Sthalekar.

Sana Mir Takes It Twitter to Express Her Happiness

Sana Mir made the day even more amazing by posting a picture on twitter. In the picture, she was receiving a cap from the Australian vice-captain, Lisa Sthalekar. She said that it was an honor to receive this cap from the former world’s number one all-rounder. Australian vice-captain, Lisa Sthalekar also took twitter to express her heartiest congratulations to Sana Mir and she also called her a very special player. The whole nation is proud of Sana Mir and is congratulating her. Pakistan cricket board, PCB also congratulated the raw talent Sana Mir on achieving this mile stone. The talented Sana Mir has also been regarded as the first Pakistani woman cricketer to take 100 wickets in ODIs by ICC. Doing so, she also became the 15th woman cricketer in the world to achieve this mile stone.

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