Women’s World Cup: West Indies’ Anisa Mohammed admits losing now would be ‘heartbreaking’ for team

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Women's World Cup: West Indies' Anisa Mohammed admits losing now would be 'heartbreaking' for team
Women's World Cup: West Indies' Anisa Mohammed admits losing now would be 'heartbreaking' for team

Women’s World Cup: West Indies’ Anisa Mohammed admits losing now would be ‘heartbreaking’ for team

Women’s World Cup: West Indies vice-captain Anisa Mohammed admitted that losing out on a semi-final position in the ongoing ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup would be heartbreaking for her side.

West Indies won their first two World Cup matches, but lost their next three, including an eight-wicket loss against Pakistan.

“We’ve won two of the toughest games at the start of the tournament and to come and lose now would be very heartbreaking,” said Anisa Mohammed.

Women's World Cup: West Indies' Anisa Mohammed admits losing now would be 'heartbreaking' for team
West Indies’ Anisa Mohammed admits losing now would be ‘heartbreaking’ for team

“Not just me, for all of the team members, but we’re really hoping that we will able to change things around tomorrow. We are still positive, we know there’s still a chance, we’re going to go hard tomorrow,” said the vice-captain.

“We have found ourselves in this position, we must win tomorrow. And then hope that South Africa can beat India or there can be an upset somewhere. But we can only control the things that we can control. Tomorrow’s game is going to be very crucial and very important for us and we have to play our best game tomorrow and win. Then just sit and wait and hopefully be able to go to the semi-finals,” she added.

After losing to Pakistan, the team’s next encounter against South Africa at Basin Reserve on Thursday is a must-win situation.