Pakistan’s former skipper, Sana Mir has become the most successful spinner in the history of women’s ODI cricket with 147 wickets against her name.
Mir, who made her ODI debut back in 2005, surpassed West Indies’ Anisa Mohammed and Australia’s Lisa Sthalekar who had 146 wickets in 117 and 125 ODIs respectively. While Mir achieved the feat in her 118th 50-over game.
She dismissed South African skipper Sune Luus to reach the milestone. She took one wicket for 53 runs in her spell during the third ODI of the series against South Africa.
The 33-year-old Mir is currently the third-ranked ODI bowler in world.