A strange incident happened in Pakistan women’s cricket. Young female cricketer Ayesha Naseem has announced her retirement from cricket to spend the rest of her life following the religion and principles of Islam. The 18-year-old cricketer has personally informed the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that he has decided to quit the game. She made a name for himself in limited-overs cricket for his aggressive batting. Her aggressive batting style captivated many. Ayesha’s effortless ability to hit big sixes was something that caught the eye separately.
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Ayesha made her international debut for Pakistan in March 2020. She has represented the country a total of 34 times in the Pakistan jersey in 4 ODIs and 30 women’s T20Is. His international career did not last long, but he scored 402 runs in his short career. Her fame skyrocketed in January 2023 when he played a quickfire cameo against Australia. In that match, he scored 24 runs off just 20 balls, including three sixes and a four.
In the last T20 World Cup against India too, he played an amazing innings of 43 runs off 25 balls with the bat. Many believed that he had a bright future ahead of him. However, a large number of Pakistani cricket fans support his decision on religious grounds. However, the educated society of Pakistan considers this matter a big loss for the Pakistan women’s cricket team. Many called him the female Shahid Afridi. This is because he likes to bat aggressively like Afridi. Many believe that a talent like her could have played a major role in the development of women’s cricket in Pakistan.