Former captain of Pakistan Women Cricket team, Sana Mir now ranks 4th with 620 points in International Cricket Council (ICC) Women One day Internationals Rankings for bowlers.
The former captain now ranks behind some of the finest bowlers in women cricket. Australia’s Jess Johansen ranks first while her teammate Megan Schutt is on the 2nd spot and South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp is on the 3rd place.
The spin all-rounder is ahead of India’s Jhulan Goswami who is considered as one of the greatest bowlers to play women cricket.
Mir who has played 108 ODIs for Pakistan, picking up 127 wickets at an average of 25.73, also reached the milestone of becoming the first female cricketer to represent Pakistan in 100 WODIs during the Women World Cup 2017 campaign. However, she was axed from the captaincy role after Pakistan’s poor performance in the World Cup and Bismah Maroof was named the new captain of Pakistan Women Team.
In February 2017, she became the first Pakistani bowler to pick up 100 wickets in Women One day Internationals.