Pakistan women’s cricket team captain Bismah Maroof resents having to watch Women’s premier league auction 2023 on phone


Pakistan captain Bismah Maroof disappointed with team’s defeat
Regret of not being a part of women’s IPL auction

Cape Town. Young sensation Ayesha Naseem may have impressed the cricket world with her batting against India in the T20 World Cup but her skipper Bismah Maroof is upset that the Pakistani women cricketer will not be part of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) auction. .

With the innings of Bismah (68 off 55 balls) and young Ayesha (43 not out off 25 balls), Pakistan gave a tough challenge to India in the T20 World Cup match. But on Monday, when most of the top women players in South Africa will be hoping to make a mark in the WPL auction, Pakistani girls will only be able to watch it on their phones.

Pakistani players (male or female) are not allowed to play in BCCI’s premier tournaments IPL and now WPL.

Bismah said, “As Pakistan, you know we don’t get many opportunities to play in the league which is very unfortunate. Of course we don’t like to be like that and of course we would love to play in the league every chance we get. But yes, the situation is like this and we cannot control it.”

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On the team’s defeat against India, Bismah pointed out mistakes in the bowling department. He said that I think overall we played very good cricket in the whole match but I think there were mistakes in our bowling. I think it was a very good match overall and we will do better in the next match. Bismah praised the depth of India’s batting.

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