Pakistan girls cricket team’s captain Bismah Maroof on Saturday became the first Pakistani girl to finish 2000 runs in women’s T20 internationals. Bismah, 28, attained this landmark during her 29-ball-34 in T20I from Bangladesh girls cricket team in Lahore that helped her unwanted finish a 14 runs triumph. She attained this landmark with a stroke for four runs away medium-pacer Panna Gosh at 6th over of Pakistan’s innings.
While she is very first Pakistani woman she’s just the third party from Asia to accomplish this following Indian duo of Mithali Raj and Harmanpreet Kaur. With 2023 runs in 95 innings, Bismah is currently on the spot in the most time leading run-scorers in Women T20Is.
The list is directed by New Zealand’s Suzie Bates that has 3100 conducts to her credit score. Lately, she’s just the 2nd general cricketer from Pakistan (both people ) to score 2000 runs in T20Is later Shoaib Malik. Bismah has been this season, with runs also she’s Pakistan’s top run-scorer in the calendar year 2019.