Pakistan will look on this as happenstance missed after an opening success over West Indies while Thailand trust it establishes a pace for the eventual fate of their cricket.
Thailand’s Nattaya Boochatham says her side can establish the pace for the eventual fate of their country’s cricket as they bow out of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup against Pakistan.
Annihilations to West Indies, England and South Africa have made it a difficult presentation at the competition for Sornarrin Tippoch’s outfit.
Be that as it may, with a last chance to secure a noteworthy success over as of now disposed of Pakistan, Boochatham trusts Thailand can show the route for an entire nation with their end execution at the Sydney Showground.
“It would be a big statement if we were to win the last game,” said Boochatham.
“We want to play our best cricket and show how well we’ve prepared. In the past few games, we haven’t been firing and haven’t demonstrated how well we’ve been working.”
“Some of the games have been a wake-up call for us that motivates us to go home, improve our skills and various areas of cricket, so the world can see that we can play.”
“It’s a good motivation for us to set the benchmark for the new generation of Thai cricketers coming into the team, that this is the level you have to be performing at. Hopefully we can set a good role model.”
“We have got off to good starts in games and we’ve learnt about the need to capitalise on that, because if you don’t, teams like England and South Africa run away from you.”
“We’ve been exposed, but that’s not a bad thing. We have room to improve and come back stronger.”
Pakistan can at last think back on an open door missed after an opening triumph over West Indies dove them into dispute for the knockout stages.
In any case, annihilations to England and South Africa scuppered their expectations of arriving at the knockout stages just because as they fell at the opening obstacle for the seventh time.
All-rounder Iram Javed says Pakistan have absorbed each second of the World Cup understanding and will go full scale to end on a high note against Thailand.
“We won’t take Thailand lightly, we will play our fearless cricket in the last game and hopefully we’ll manage to get the win,” said Iram.
“There is always a chance of improvement in any sport and we are improving day-by-day. We’ve learnt so many things at this World Cup.”
“We’ve watched and played against big teams like Australia and England and we can take a lot from them.”
“We’ll come into the next World Cups in good spirits and to play good cricket.”
Thailand won the toss and choose the first batting. N. Chantam and N. Bochatham get batting for opening . 57 runs are completed in 8 overs without any wickets.