Veteran all-rounder says the sport is undergoing evolution
Pakistan cricketer Sana Mir has demanded the structure of women’s cricket in the country needs to be changed in order to compete with other nations.
The 33-year-old all-rounder said that the sport has evolved and there is competition inside the team as well, adding that there is a need to make changes to the structure.
Mir, who is currently ranked number one in the ODI bowling rankings, added that teams such as Australia, England and India are way ahead of Pakistan.
Commenting on her retirement, the 33-year-old said that she remains confused as to when she will bid farewell to international cricket.
“I will keep playing as long as the team needs me and I am performing well,” she said.
Mir lamented the team’s poor showing in last year’s Women’s World T20 in West Indies.