‘Whoever plays good, will win’, says Nahida Khan

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

16th Dec, 2019. 01:07 pm
opener Nahida Khan

Pakistan women team opener Nahida Khan is all set to take on England women team in three-match T20 series.

She thinks that no team is favorite in this format of the game.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has released a video on their official Twitter account in which Nahida Khan said that her team is stronger in T20 cricket and it is about giving your best in all the departments of the game.

“Whoever plays good, will win. In T20 cricket no one can say a team is favorite because our team is quite good in this format,” She said.

Nahida admitted that opposition batsmen are good and are also consistently scoring runs but we will try to bowl them out by giving our hundred percent in bowling and fielding.

Nahida who has represented Pakistan in 59 ODIs feels good that she has improved her batting in ODI format and wants to continue this form in the T20 series too starting from tomorrow.

“ODI format has been quite impressive for me as I have improved a lot. The form is great and will try to deliver the same in the T20 series too,” Nahida added.

Pakistan women team after losing the ODI series two-nil will now face England in the three-match T20 series to be played on 17, 19 and 20 December respectively in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Moreover, Pakistan cricket team has arrived Karachi from Rawalpindi for the second Test match against Sri Lanka here on Monday (today).

The team was rushed to the hotel in a tight security base from Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.

The second match of the series of the two-Test matches will be played at the National Stadium in Karachi from the 19th.

Sri Lanka’s guest team will arrive in Karachi today afternoon, with both teams participating in training sessions at the National Stadium on December 17 and 18.

The first Test match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at Rawalpindi Stadium ended on a draw.

On the fifth day of the first Test match, the guest team made 308 runs for six wickets and declared their first innings while Pakistan made 252 for 2 wickets in the first innings.

Historic Pindi Test mostly damaged due to bad weather. Pakistani opener Abid Ali set a unique world record, he became the world’s first cricketer to score a Test and ODI debut and was named Man of the Match.

Babar Azam also scored his third Test career century, with both teams scoring 20 points for the ICC Test Championship.

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