Former captain of the Pakistan National's Cricket Team, Sana Mir just announced her retirement from the field.
Taking to Twitter, she wrote, "Words fall short when I want to thank you all for the love, support and encouragement in the past 15 years. It has been an honor to serve Pak and don the green Jersey with absolute pride. It is time for me to move on. IA the service will continue in a different form. Pakistan Zindabad."
Since her debut in 2005, the star took part in 226 international matches, having captained 137 of them and has been an absolute trailblazer in the sport.
Twitter's response to the the country's leading ODI wicket-taker has been overwhelming.
People reiterated that she will go down in history
Bhabi also agrees
Current captain Bismah Maroof is full of gratitude for her mentor
And others extend their regards for her efforts beyond the field
Some hearts are full with good wishes
Like Fakhr-e-Alam said, the woman is a superstar!
People have been supremely appreciative
Feels like the end of an era
Always a true ambassador for Pakistan
Former Ireland Player Isabel Joyce can't wait to see what the future has in store for the legend