ICC Women's World T20 qualifiers mutual winner, Pakistan, have returned home.

[caption id="attachment_2057" align="alignright" width="300"]Pakistan and Sri Lanka shared the victory after the final was abandoned because of rain (Photo: ICC) Pakistan and Sri Lanka shared the victory after the final was abandoned because of rain (Photo: ICC)[/caption]

Talking to the media at the Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport , Pakistan captain Sana Mir said that the tour proved very fruitful for the side, and beating England was no short of a dream. She refuted the reports of her dispute with coach Basit Ali. She said the team is thriving and such victories will change the future of women’s cricket in the country.

Basit Ali, who arrived separately at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport with six players, did not comment on anything regarding the tournament and his resignation.

However, the players were ecstatic, mostly about two things. First, the successful tour; and second, a chance to celebrate Eidul Fitr with their families after five long years.

Pakistan had reached the tournament’s final unbeaten. But the final, disrupted by rain on the first day, could not be completed even on the second reserved day, and Pakistan and Sri Lanka both were declared winners.

The event’s performance helped Pakistan earned a place in the Women's World Twenty20, scheduled to be held in Bangladesh next year.
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