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Pakistan Women’s Cricket Team Performance in World Cup 2017

ICC Women World cup is going on in England. After the Pakistan men cricket team performed brilliantly in the champion’s trophy, the fans wished the same for their women team but sadly the women team couldn’t reach up to the expectations.

Let’s have a look at the stats:

  • Pakistan vs. South Africa(Venue: Grace Road, Leicester)

PAK 206/8 (50 Overs) RSA 207/7 (49 Overs)

South Africa Women won by 3 wickets

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Shabnim Ismail

2) Pakistan vs. England (Venue: Grace Road,      Leicester)

ENG 377/7 (50 Overs) PAK 107/3 (29.2 Overs)

England Women won by 107 runs (DLS method)

‘No player of match because of DLS method’

3) Pakistan vs. India (Venue: County Ground, Derby)

IND 169/9 (50 Overs) PAK 74/10 (38.1 Overs)

 India Women won by 95 runs

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

 Ekta Bisht

4) Pakistan vs. Australia (Venue: Grace Road, Leicester)

AUS 290/8 (50 Overs) PAK 131/10 (50 Overs)

Australia Women won by 159 runs

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Elyse Villani

5) Pakistan vs. New Zeland (Venue: The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton)

PAK 144/10 (46.5 Overs) NZ 147/2 (15 Overs)

New Zealand Women won by 8 wickets

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Hannah Rowe

6) Pakistan vs. West indies (Venue: Grace Road, Leicester)

WI 285/4 (50.0 Overs) PAK 117/3 (24.0 Overs)

West Indies Women won by 19 runs (DLS method)

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Deandra Dottin

7) Pakistan vs Sri Lanka (Venue: Grace Road, Leicester)

‘To be played’

Pakistan Women Cricket Team is struggling big time in the world cup. Batting is failing miserably and that is what is costing Pakistan team immense losses. The bowling did not performed fighting fit in all the matches but it did well in one or two matches. The Fielding also requires a lot of improvement. Lack of planning and stability can also be seen. All the three departments need a lot of effort to be done. There’s still a cheerful moment in this gloomy yet a knowledgeable journey and that is the captain Sana Mir has played her 100 One Day International matches and she scored a fifty in this milestone

The team shouldn’t be disheartened because there’s a lot to discover from this experience. They should learn from their mistakes that they have made in the past but try to play with a new energy and approach. The team needs to play with mindset and planning that should be done according to the strengths and weaknesses of the own team and the opponent team. The team needs to be groomed according to the modern day cricket. Fitness should be must for all the players. The team should be given time, resources, and encouragement and in return they should give hard work, determination and focus.

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