The leg-spinner of Windies women’s cricket team Anisa Mohammad rated Pakistan team’s performance much better than the last time they played against them.
Anisa while talking to the ARY Sports said that the Pakistani women cricketers have done a great job to capitalize on opportunities which gradually is turning things for them.
“I have seen some of the Pakistani girls having the potential to go further and I think they could be on top if continue doing hard work,” she said.
Anisa was happy to see her team clinching yet another series against the green shirts but at the same time a little bit disappointed for not finishing it with a whitewash.
“A whitewash would have added some more value to this tour but overall I am satisfied for the way our girls played,” she said.
Anisa applauded the hospitality they got from the people of Pakistan and wished to come back here once again. It merits mentioning here that Anisa is the only player who toured Pakistan for the second time. Last time he came to Pakistan in 2004 when she was just 14 years old.
“Obviously, I am happy to see such positive response from the people here. They exactly know how to respect their guests,” said Anisa.
The right-arm leg spinner also loved the food in Karachi and said that she had plenty of dishes during their tour but liked biryani the most out of them. “I think nothing was as tasty as biryani,” she said.
Anisa also explained his role in the team and said that she keeps on motivating young players which is so important for her being a senior player.
“I try my best to deliver my experience newcomers and I think all senior players must do that,” said Anisa who thinks that some youngsters have added potential to their side and they are on a track towards more improvement.
She revealed that their target is next year’s T20 World Cup and for that their team management is developing strong combinations in the team.
“I think T20 World Cup is not far and we should start planning for that,” she said.
Anisa Mohammad has played 102 T20Is for Windies taking 115 wickets at an average of 16.6. She has also represented Windies in 115 ODIs.