Karachi: Left-handed batsman Muneeba Ali is aiming to continue her good batting form in the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia.
The 22-year-old is making her comeback after she batted well in the recent National Triangular T20 Women’s Cricket Championship where she scored 292 runs at an average of over 58. She scored three half-centuries and one century.
“There’s a disappointment when you get dropped but that’s only for the time being. I am very glad that I was able to perform consistently in the National Triangular T20 Women’s Cricket Championship where I got a start and built in the five matches,” Muneeba said in a video while speaking to PCB.
Top order batter @MuneebaAli17 aiming to make the most of her comeback
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Muneeba is now looking to serve his role and execute the plans given by the team management. “My aim for the World Cup is to execute the plans given by the team management and utilize my potential to the fullest,” she added.
She last represented Pakistan in November 2018 and is now looking to make a strong comeback in the Pakistan side.
“I worked on my weaknesses and discussed them with Mark Coles, previous head coach, and skipper Bismah Maroof. I was advised to improve my shot selection and develop an aggressive style of batting,” she maintained.
It must be noted that the women’s team will depart for Australia on 31 January under the leadership of Bismah Maroof. They will start their campaign on February 26th against West Indies.