Pakistan women’s cricket team player Nahida Khan has announced her retirement from international cricket.
According to the details, Nahida Khan’s international career spanned 14 years, she played her first one-day international in Bangladesh against Sri Lanka on February 7, 2009. Nahida Khan has the honor of representing Pakistan in international cricket. She is the only female cricketer who belongs to Balochistan. She represented Pakistan in 120 international matches, scoring 2014 runs and taking one wicket.
She also holds the distinction of taking the most catches in an ODI match, Nahida Khan took four catches against Sri Lanka in Dambulla in 2018, which Pakistan won by 94 runs. Nahida Khan took 3 in 50 overs. Also represented Pakistan in World Cup competitions in 2013, 2017, and 2022 and 4 T20 World Cups in 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018.
Hailing from Balochistan, Nahida Khan has taken up the field of coaching while maintaining her commitment to cricket and recently took charge as the assistant coach of the Blasters in the Pakistan Cup Women’s Cricket Tournament. He also worked as an assistant coach to Tawfiq Umar, the head coach of the Amazon team in the upcoming women’s league, in which Amazon won two to one in the exhibition matches.