Pakistan Women's Cricket Team has been doing wonders so far in the ongoing Women's Asia Cup 2022. They won the first two games, battled against Malaysia and Bangladesh women, respectively and were placed at the top of the event's points table. However, the loss in their third game against Thailand Women slid them down to the second spot with two out of three victories.
Alongside starting the Asia Cup 2022 campaign with a win, they are making sure to register a couple of records in all departs, bowling and batting. Let's have a look at how Pakistan Women occur almost in every record.
Sidra Ameen, Pakistan Women's Cricket Team opener, has compiled the second-most number of runs in this Asia Cup so far. With 123 runs to her name from three games, she is just behind Indian player Jemima who has added 151 runs from the same number of games. Her decent double-digit scores versus Malaysia, Bangladesh, and Thailand, respectively, gather an average of 61.50 so far.
After Bangladesh's Rumana Ahmed, Pakistan's Nida Dar, Tuba Hasan, and Omaima Sohail are the next best with four wickets a piece. They sequentially have economies of 5.10, 3.66, and 5.85. Rumana, with five wickets from three games, has an economy of 2.83. It must be noted that the mentioned Pakistani bowlers are joint second-highest wicket-takers alongside India's Dayalan Hemalatha and Thailand's Tipatcha Puttahwong.
Fourth-best bowling figures:
Pakistan's Omaima, the right-arm off-break bowler, is placed fourth on the table of Best Bowling Figures. Having bowled three overs, she grasped three wickets, yielding 19 runs at an economy of 6.33. Her best bowling figures came during the team's match against Malaysia Women on Sunday.
Fourth-best batting average:
Sidra, once again making sure to appear among the best records, owns the fourth-best batting average in the ongoing Women's Asia Cup 2022 so far. Having played three teams yet, she averages 61.50, scoring 123 runs. She is just behind India's Jemima Deepti Sharma and UAE's Theertha Satish, who average 151, 65 and 63, respectively, amassing 151, 65 and 63 runs from three and two games, respectively.
Sadia Iqbal is currently the most economical bowler in the ongoing Women's Asia Cup 2022, with an economy of 2.25 from two games. She also has two wickets to her name apart from conceding the lowest number of runs so far. From Pakistan, Nashra Sandhu ranked third on the table of most economical bowlers with an economy of 2.91 and a wicket to her name from three games.
Sidra, who is leading the chart with her various batting records, has slammed 15 fours, which is the joint most number of fours along with Sri Lanka's Harsitha. The two are just behind Jemima, who has rocked with 22 fours so far in three matches.
Pakistani opener Sidra is once again on the list of appreciated stats for Women's Asia Cup 2022. She is placed in the second position, having the joint second-most number of boundaries. With no sixes hit and her second-most boundaries compiling with fours only, she is only behind India's Rodrigues. Sri Lanka's Harshitha Samarawickrama also has compiled 15 boundaries alongside Sidra, with the teams both having played three matches yet.