Sana Mir left out of ‘saree’ shopping

"We are enjoying the Indian trip a lot. The girls have been going out. They had a good time in Delhi. There was one-off day in Delhi and we utilized it really well — went to Humayun Tomb, India Gate and Delhi Haat," said Sana Mir.

Sana Mir was confident ahead of Pakistan's tie against England.   -  AP

Despite the World Twenty20 being a truncated, challenging tournament, the Pakistan women’s team hasn't missed the opportunity to unwind and explore places in India.

Ahead of its crucial tie against England in Chennai, Pakistan captain Sana Mir mentioned the places the team visited in Delhi.

“We are enjoying the Indian trip a lot. The girls have been going out. They had a good time in Delhi. There was one-off day in Delhi and we utilized it really well — went to Humayun Tomb, India Gate and Delhi Haat.”

Sana also joked about how she was left out of ‘saree shopping’ by her team-mates.

“I did not know about the saree shopping, because I was left out of that. I would definitely like to tell the manager that I need to do some saree shopping,” she said.

'NO ADDED PRESSURE'

On Friday, the Pakistani men were knocked out of the World Twenty20 campaign by Australia. Asked if that adds pressure on the women’s team, Sana said:

“I don’t know why people keep comparing women’s cricket with the men’s. They are playing their own tournament, we are playing our own. There is no pressure.”

“There are praises from Pakistan towards the women’s team. We have received exceptional support and it encourages us to do well,” she added.