Stafanie Taylor makes history
West Indies women’s team captain Stafanie Taylor created historic winning on Sunday. She became the second female cricketer from the Windies to score a hat-trick in the game's shortest format.
Taylor accomplished this accomplishment at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium during the third and final T20I versus Pakistan. She reappeared with statistics of 4 for 17, assisting her squad in limiting the visitors to just 102 runs. Pakistan batted first and got over to a quick start. The opening pair of Javeria Khan and Muneeba Ali scored 21 runs in 14 balls, but their partnership was shattered in the third over by Shamilia Connell, resulting in Pakistan's opening downfall.
The visitors attempted everything they could to stop the Windies' pace onslaught until Taylor put the last nail in the coffin by eliminating Fatima Sana, Diana Baig, and Anam Amin, writing history in the process.
During the hosts' run pursuit, Taylor shone once more. In response to a 102-run goal, the Windies captain scored an unbeaten 43 runs off 41 deliveries to help his team win by six wickets. West Indies clinched a 3-0 series victory over Pakistan with this game.
Taylor said about the hat-trick ball with Cricket West Indies, “I wasn't thinking wicket, to be honest. We know runs were more on the forefront and trying to restrict them not getting to 115 because I knew that the wickets coming down would be kind of hard to bat on.”
“(Going out to bat) I wouldn't say panic but I knew that today was the day that I had to step up... I just thought that the wicket today was to try to get yourself in and once you're in, you know that you can go big and I think that was my plan,” she added.
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