Karachi: Pakistan’s skipper Bismah Maroof penned down a heartfelt note for her former skipper Sana Mir who retires from Internation cricket on Saturday.
Bismah took to Twitter to pay tribute to the 34-years-old cricketer who served Pakistan for 15 years in ODIs and T20Is. Bismah admired Mir as her mentor and inspiration throughout her presence in the national team.
— Bismah Maroof 🇵🇰 (@maroof_bismah) April 25, 2020
Acknowledgment from the former skipper came out immediately.
Thank you Bismah https://t.co/0GQ4OnTgVE
— Sana Mir ثناء میر (@mir_sana05) April 25, 2020
On the other hand, teammates, and people from cricket fraternity wished Mir best of luck for future endeavors. National team opener Javeria Khan recognized the services of Mir in giving women’s cricket a unique identity in the country.
— Javeria Khan (@ImJaveria) April 25, 2020
I have played alongside you,under your captaincy in difficult conditions and also in Good times we have Shared good laughs.
You will be Missed Legandary @mir_sana05 (Yoooooo)🤟
You can’t Retire from being awesome!♥️ pic.twitter.com/BmEjUQhDFV
— Iram Javed (@iramkhan210) April 25, 2020
Its been an absolute pleasure playing with you Sana! You’ve always did your best for Pakistan cricket🇵🇰
You have been an inspiration to us with your resilience,courage & above all the passion & love U showed towards this beautiful sport!
Wish you all the best Buddy♥️#THANKYOU pic.twitter.com/Ag4Urk4ggz
— Syeda Nain Abidi (@SyedaNain18) April 25, 2020
Congratulations on a wonderful career @mir_sana05. Hopefully you would have inspired many more to play the game.
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) April 25, 2020
— Marizanne Kapp (@kappie777) April 25, 2020
Congratulations @mir_sana05 & Bravo 👏🏼👍🏼. U must be proud what u achieved for beloved country 🇵🇰. U inspired many so Well done & Best wishes for future endeavours 🤲🏼 Stay Blessed https://t.co/Rzg6e5t5jt
— Mohammad Hafeez (@MHafeez22) April 25, 2020
A true stalwart of Pakistan cricket today announced her retirement in @mir_sana05 but what a fantastic career it was. A career which saw many high
Wish you all the best in your next chapter legend🙌🏽
— Imad Wasim (@simadwasim) April 25, 2020
— Faisal Iqbal🇵🇰🏏فیصل اقبال (@FaisalIqbalCric) April 25, 2020