Wicketkeepers like Mohammad Rizwan can restore Pakistan cricket, which has been degraded due to terrorism and factionalism. His batting against a team like South Africa is an indication that he is a long race player.
Pakistan’s good days in international cricket are beginning to come. Teams from all over the world are beginning to agree to play in Pakistan. On the other hand, its players are performing well with their batting and bowling. Now a batsman like Dhoni, Mohammad Rizwan has shown to the Pakistan team with his batting that he is going to explode in the coming days. He is the second batsman-wicketkeeper in the world to score a century in all three formats.
Born on June 1, 1992, in Peshawar’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mohammad Rizwan is being touted as the new face of the Pakistani team. He has scored a century in the first Test and then in the T20 against a team like South Africa. He has already scored two centuries in ODI cricket. This was already submitted in today prediction of cricket matches earlier. Former Team India batsman and commentator Sanjay Manjrekar considers Mohammad Rizwan to be a batsman who can bat in any situation.
Second batsman wicketkeeper after Randon McCullum
After scoring a record century in the T20 match against South Africa, he became the second batsman in the world to do so. Earlier, New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum had scored a century in all three formats of cricket. McCullum scored five centuries in Tests, three in ODIs and one in T20I. Mohammad Rizwan has scored one century in Tests, two in ODIs, and one in T20I.
The second-highest score in T20
Muhammad Rizwan’s 104 against South Africa is the second-largest innings by any Pakistani batsman. Earlier in March 2014, Ahmed Shehzad had played an innings of 111 runs against Bangladesh.