Pakistan women cricket team’s right-handed batswoman Javeria Khan asked to give them some time to establish as a strong unit who can compete prominently at international level.
Javeria, while talking to the media after an exciting super over contest against West Indies which they lost by 17 runs, said that improvement comes by the time and no one can bring overnight changes.
“You need to give some time to change things. We had prepared ourselves but unfortunately things didn’t fall right for us,” she said.
Javeria rated players’ performance better in the second contest in which they gave tough time to the tourists. She said that the players are learning from bad experiences and they have potential to do well.
“There was a difference in our performance and I hope we will keep on improving,” said Javeria who is optimistic to win the third and last T20I against West Indies scheduled at Southend Club Karachi on Sunday.
The right-hander showed her confidence in team management and said that they have improved playing standards in the team.
“The entire team management has done a great job to bring all of us on a platform and today we all can see our improved performance,” she said.
On the other hand, right-handed pacer from visiting team Shakera Selman rated the Karachi’s conditions suitable for bowlers.
Shakera, who took three wickets in two matches, while talking to the media after their impressive win said that the pressure was on them due to Pakistan having an advantage of home conditions.
“They fought really hard but in the end, our batters did a good job to put us in a winning stance,” she said.
Both teams will now play third and last T20I on Sunday. West Indies has clinched the three-match T20I series 2-0.