Women’s World Cup Qualifiers: Sana Mir leads Pakistan to win over Scotland
COLOMBO: Captain Sana Mir’s five-wicket haul helped Pakistan beat Scotland by six wickets in their ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier game at Colombo on Monday, ARY News reported.
Scotland won the toss and chose to bat first.
Batting first, Scotland managed just 91 runs on the board as they were all out in 39.1 overs. Kathryn Bryce, Elizabeth Priddle and Katie McGill scored 15, 12 and 11 runs respectively for the side.
Pakistan’s Sana Mir grabbed five wickets and conceded 14 runs in just 10 overs. Nashra Sandhu took three wickers while Ghulam Fatima and Javeria Khan dismissed one Scottish batswomen each.
Pakistan, chasing a target of 92 runs from 50 overs, reached the target with six wickets and 137 balls to spare.
Javeria Khan remained unbeaten at 34 runs while Nain Abidi and Nahida Khan scored 21 and 20 runs for Pakistan respectively.
Kristie Gordon grabbed all four wickets for Scotland in the match.
The Pakistani captain was named the Player of the match due to her performance with the ball.