Mohammad Rizwan, the wicket-keeper for Pakistan, hit another brilliant half-century at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium, giving his team a 3-2 lead in the seven-match T20I series against England.
With yet another game-winning innings of 63 off 46 balls, the opener established himself as the series’ top run-scorer and was named player of the match. In the series, it was his fourth half-century.
Moeen Ali, the acting captain of England, also gave Rizwan praise, noting that the visitors have struggled to contain the series’ first batter thus far since he is a top cricketer who is now unstoppable.
“He is a wonderful player and very hard to stop, and obviously we have found him difficult in this series so far,” Moeen stated during the post-game press conference. He pushes boundaries in awkward places because he is so busy. The England all-rounder stated, “Rizwan read the situation and adjusted to the surface as he was doing the same thing that he always does. It is an opportunity for the players to learn a lot from him.
Rizwan set a new record for the most runs scored in a bilateral T20I series, surpassing South African wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock, who had scored 255 runs in five innings.
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