Pakistan Womens Team Qualifies For ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024

The Pakistan Womens Cricket Team has booked their place in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024. The Pakistan Womens Cricket Team is in the seventh position in the ICC rankings. They have qualified for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024.

They are the next-highest-ranked team outside the six direct qualifiers and the hosts.

Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, England, India, and the West Indies all received direct invitations to the 2023 edition of the tournament. Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa qualified directly for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 as the top three teams in Group 1. Meanwhile, England, India, and the West Indies also advanced from Group 2.

In addition, the tournament’s host, Bangladesh, was provided entry to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024. A World Qualification, which is slated to happen in early 2024. It will be used to fill the final two seats for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2024. It will take place in early 2024 but its dates and locations have not yet been declared by the ICC.

Pakistan Womens Cricket Team at the ICC T20 World Cup 2023

It was a comfortable 114-run victory for England in Cape Town. They also set a record for the highest score in Women’s T20 World Cup history, winning by the largest margin ever. With this loss, the Pakistan Women’s Cricket Team was eliminated from the T20 World Cup 2023.

The England batsmen put on a brilliant performance as they warmed up for the knockout stages. Hammering Pakistan’s attack to all parts of Newlands as they reached 213/5 in their 20 overs.

Yet the response never really got going as Pakistan’s tournament came to an unfortunate end with a score of 99/9. Freya Davies replaced Lauren Bell in England’s starting lineup. They set up a potential matchup with Katherine Sciver-Brunt, who was under pressure to make the semi-final roster.

The seasoned Sciver-Brunt, though, stood out among the two after dismissing opener Sadaf Shamas for a duck with her very first delivery, finishing with outstanding figures of 2/14 from her four overs.

With Sophie Ecclestone allowing just 11 runs in her four overs and Charlie Dean taking two wickets, England’s bowlers continue to be in fine form. The Pakistan team managed to beat only Ireland in the tournament. They were, however, beaten comprehensively by South Africa, India & England.

Pakistan Womens Cricket Team finished the innings on 99/9, meaning a 114-run defeat. It is the largest margin of defeat in Women’s T20 World Cup history.

Some ray of hope for the Pakistan Womens Team

In this kind of form, England is a match for anyone in international cricket. But, Pakistan can take heart from a valiant effort that made the English attack work hard for its wickets.

Nida Dar’s genius also deserves the utmost respect. With the dismissal of England’s captain, Steven Knight, the legendary Pakistani cricketer passed Anisa Mohammed to become the women’s game’s all-time highest wicket-taker in T20 internationals.

Although players like Bismah Maroof and Dar are towards the end of their careers, Pakistan’s younger players are progressing well, and they have a promising future.

Muneeba Ali is aware that days like the one against Ireland are rare for cricket players. One of them will become the first woman from her nation to score a T20I hundred. They will enter into a select group after other centurions arrive.

Only every few years can a cricketer at a World Cup claim to have scored a century. As of now, there are five centurions. It has spread throughout seven editions of the Women’s T20 World Cup: Deandra Dottin, Meg Lanning, Harmanpreet Kaur, Heather Knight, and Lizelle Lee.

Muneeba is the first Pakistani and sixth overall player to record a T20I hundred. She accomplished everything without ever earning a T20I fifty.

In the Women’s T20 World Cup final at Newlands, Australia defeated South Africa by 19 runs to win the competition for the sixth time. Leading the Australian innings was Beth Mooney, who hit an unbeaten 74 in a total of 156 for six.

The final score for South Africa is 137 to 6. Despite Laura Wolvaardt’s 61 points in 48 balls, they couldn’t keep up with the required run rate.

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