- Pakistan ladies’s cricket workforce allrounder Aliya Riaz says she’s going to miss her teammate Bismah Maroof within the upcoming South Africa tour
- Bisma Maroof has voluntarily opted out of the sequence resulting from some household points
- Riaz says Bismah’s absence will likely be felt however it might make it possible to new gamers to indicate expertise
KARACHI: Pakistan ladies’s cricket workforce allrounder Aliya Riaz stated that her fellow cricketer Bismah Maroof will likely be missed in South Africa as she is an skilled participant and her absence will make a distinction for the ladies’s nationwide workforce.
The Pakistan ladies’s cricket workforce on January 11 will go away for South Africa the place it’s going to play a sequence of One-day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 (T20) matches.
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It could be recalled that the common captain of the nationwide ladies’s workforce, Bismah, has withdrawn from the tour of South Africa resulting from household causes and Javeria Khan is main the workforce in her absence.
Aliya Riaz stated that Bismah’s absence will likely be missed however there will likely be an excellent alternative for brand spanking new women to show their expertise.
Aliya has lately received Pakistan Cricket Board’s “Women Cricketer Award” for 2020.
Aliya stated that she has been extraordinarily pleased to obtain the PCB’s award for the primary time.
Aliya stated, “the PCB has recognised my hard work and performance and I will do my best to come to the expectations and continue my efforts in future”.
The allrounder stated that the Pakistan ladies squad’s worldwide actions had been suspended for the final eleven months resulting from coronavirus, however now, she is feeling extra captivated with enjoying once more after a very long time.
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She stated: “I’m very glad and feeling proud to wear the Pakistan colour”.
The 28-year-old cricketer stated that “it is not so easy to live in a Biosecure Bubble.”
“It is much difficult but we are [rendering] sacrifices for the sake of the game. Cricket activities should continue”, she added.
Aliya stated that she will not be involved resulting from COVID-19 on the forthcoming tour of South Africa.