Former captain and renowned commentator of the national women’s cricket team, Sana Mir, has voiced her discontent following reports of a dressing room altercation among players leaked to the media.
Strong Rebuke on Social Media: Taking to Twitter, Sana Mir expressed her disapproval of dressing room incidents exposed in the media. She emphasized the detrimental impact such leaks can have on the team, calling on those responsible to feel ashamed.
Acknowledging the Loss: Sana Mir also acknowledged the news concerning the injury of fast bowler Naseem Shah, highlighting it as a significant setback for Pakistan ahead of the World Cup.
Background: Recent media reports suggested a heated exchange between Pakistan captain Babar Azam and fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi in the dressing room following their defeat to Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup Super Four stage. However, a senior player from the team dismissed these reports, emphasizing the team’s focus on cricket and resilience against negative speculation.
Meanwhile, Cricinfo reported that Naseem Shah is likely to miss the upcoming World Cup due to injury, which could also affect his participation in the next edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Sana Mir’s comments shed light on the challenges of managing internal team dynamics in the public eye, stressing the importance of unity and privacy within the dressing room.