Malala Yousafzai wants Pakistani girls to play cricket. Pakistan’s Nobel laureate has expressed hope that the women who play on the field will not only think of lifting the bat and ball in their hands. He expressed this optimism in an interview with Sky Sports in the international media.
Malala Yousafzai has been vocal about women’s empowerment and women’s rights for several years. He received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work. This time she is talking about women’s cricket. Malala wants to instill faith in cricket among Pakistani women. He recently told Sky Sports that women cricketers should not be victims of gender discrimination.
“I want to tell the girls to try to play cricket. If you think you are enjoying it then play professional cricket.
According to Malala, women cricketers are indirectly inspiring women to play cricket.
Malala Yousafzai Sky Sports Interview
“I want to tell all girls, try it, and if you enjoy it, go for it. We are there to support you” Clapping hands sign
Noble Peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai had some glowing words of encouragement for any girls thinking of picking up a cricket bat and ball Cricket bat and ball
“I want to tell all girls, try it, and if you enjoy it, go for it. We are there to support you” 👏
— Sky Sports (@SkySports) July 26, 2021
“Every time a woman cricketer plays in a stadium, they are sending a message to all women that women should be motivated to watch the game. They can also be players, playing the kind of game they want to play.