Pakistan cricket team completed their biggest ever ODI win against South Africa on away shores, beating the hosts for the first time in South Africa.
Sana Mir was the chief destroyer as she picked 4 wickets, giving away only 11 runs in 6 overs. Her fellow bowlers, Fatima Sana, Nashra Sandhu, and Nida Dar were also among wickets.
Pakistan women team bundled out the opposition for 63 and then chased down the target in 14.4 overs with 8 wickets in hand.
Pakistan Women beat South Africa by eight wickets, with 35.2 overs to spare! 🔥
It's their biggest-ever ODI win in terms of balls remaining, and their first-ever victory in South Africa. An incredible performance! 👏#SAvPAK SCORE ➡️ https://t.co/dTn3eTD39C pic.twitter.com/KiVkg7l3fI
— ICC (@ICC) May 6, 2019
Twitter is swarmed with messages of love for the team, congratulating the women on a remarkable victory.
پاکستان وومن کرکٹ کی ساؤتھ افریقہ کے خلاف شاندار فتح! پاکستانی خواتین زندگی کے ہر شعبے میں کامیابیوں کے جھنڈے گاڑ رہی ہیں اور ملک کی تعمیروترقی میں اپنا کردار بہتر طریقے سے ادا کررہی ہیں۔ امید کرتی ہوں کہ پاکستان وومن کرکٹ ٹیم ساؤتھ افریقہ کے خلاف سیریز جیتے گی۔
— Munaza Hassan (@MunazaHassan) May 6, 2019
A massive win for the girls.
What a victory, Bravo! Congratulations to whole team for their brilliant performance and a win with humongous margin #BackOurGirls
— Asfand (@anonymous_yar) May 6, 2019
Pakistan is known for producing bowlers.
The remarkable Sana Mir.
The remarkable Sana Mir at it again, bowling out South Africa for 63. pic.twitter.com/VuZvbr3w6v
— Adam Collins (@collinsadam) May 6, 2019
A legend, already.
Sana Mir is such a legend it's scary (it's not really, it's incredibly heartening)https://t.co/OP1CpLI2vl
— Osman Samiuddin (@OsmanSamiuddin) May 6, 2019
More power to them.
They need our support as we support our men team, they will also touch new heights and will compete at highest level against the like of Ind, Aus and Eng. More power to Women in Green. #SAWvPAKW
— Nadir shah (@Shawshah) May 6, 2019
A super performance indeed.
Pakistan Women thrashed South African Women in the 1st ODI by 8 wickets, thanks to great bowling, host bowled out on just 63. Sana Mir figures were awesome 4/11…
Super Duper Performance!!#SAWvPAKW #SAWvsPAKW @TheRealPCB pic.twitter.com/fE2neBrrCL
— Akber Ali (Z) (@AkberAJaffri) May 6, 2019
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