Veteran off-spinner Anisa Mohammed became the first West Indies Women player to compete in 100 Twenty20 Internationals when she played in the team’s recent comprehensive 71-run victory overs hosts Pakistan in Dubai.
She celebrated her achievement by taking 2 wickets for 17 runs.
Mohammed currently holds the record as the leading Twenty20 International wicket-taker (male or female) with 115 wickets.
She had to endure a rough period last year when she did not bowl a single delivery — despite being fit — at the ICC World Women’s Twenty20 World Cup in the Caribbean.
Mohammed said it was a great feeling to achieve such a big milestone and was thankful for the opportunity that was given to her to represent the West Indies over the years.
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