Nida Dar, Anam Amin lead Pakistan to victory in Sana Mir’s 100th T20I

Nida Dar, Anam Amin lead Pakistan to victory in Sana Mir's 100th T20I

Pakistan ladies 150 for six (Nida Dar 53, Ramharack 2-20) beat West Indies ladies 138 for eight (Dottin 46, Anam Amin Three-34, Sana Mir 2-21) by 12 runs

Sana Mir grew to become the primary Asian cricketer to look in 100 women’s T20Is, and performed her half with the ball with two strikes, however Nida Dar and Anam Amin cornered the limelight with sterling performances as Pakistan bounced again to win the third and last T20I towards West Indies by 12 runs.

Pakistan had been wiped out by 71 runs within the first recreation, however they pushed West Indies onerous within the second, tying the match earlier than happening within the Tremendous Over as Deandra Dottin played a starring role. Within the third, they lifted their recreation additional, Dar’s 53 first taking them to a robust 150 for six and Amin then choosing up three wickets to cease West Indies at 138 for eight. It was solely their second T20I win over West Indies in 12 video games now.

After Pakistan gained the toss and opted to bat, Javeria Khan struck a few boundaries early earlier than being dismissed, however then Umaima Sohail and captain Bismah Maroof added 34 runs in fast time to place the staff on target for whole. As soon as they’d fallen, Dar took cost, hitting 5 fours and two sixes in her second T20I half-century, her 40-ball 53 and Aliya Riaz’s 23-ball 24 not out serving to Pakistan file their greatest batting efficiency of the sequence, performed in Karachi.

West Indies’ response started badly, Amin sending again Kycia Knight for a duck and Mir accounting for Shemaine Campbelle quickly after. There was a fightback, led by Deandra Dottin, who scored 46 in 29 balls, however with wickets falling often sufficient, Pakistan have been all the time in entrance. Amin picked up Three for 34, whereas Mir chipped in with 2 for 21.

The 2 groups now face off in three ODIs, to be performed in Dubai, with the primary scheduled for February 7.