After its disappointing performance in the T20 World Cup, the Pakistan Cricket Board has faced yet another blow. The team’s captain has resigned from his position.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) issued a significant statement on March 1, 2023. With the team’s terrible performance in the recently finished T20 World Cup, the top player has opted to step down as captain.
We’re talking about Pakistan’s women’s cricket team, which was ousted from the league stage of the T20 World Cup 2023 in South Africa.
BismahMaroof, who has been the captain of this squad for a long time, has decided to step down.
But, according to the information supplied by the board, she will be available for selection as a player.
In September 2017, Bismah Maroof was named captain of Pakistan’s women’s cricket squad.
During his captaincy, Pakistan has had the greatest win-loss record in ODIs and T20s.
Pakistan has won 16 of 34 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and 27 of 62 T20 Internationals under his guidance.
Subsequently, the Pakistan squad defeated the Indian team in the Asia Cup 2022, again under his command.
Maroof acknowledged himself as privileged to captain the country’s squad when asked about his decision.
After the ruling, PCB chairman NajamSethi wished BismahMaroof well.
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