Pakistani wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan was instrumental in the win against Zimbabwe. He was also named Man of the Series for his outstanding performance.
National team opener Mohammad Rizwan returned unbeaten twice in a three-match T20I series against Zimbabwe, scoring an unbeaten 82 in the first and 91 in the third.
In the second match, he was dismissed for 13, but the team could not give any significant performance except 41 runs of Babar Azam and 22 runs of Danish Aziz. The captain was also disappointed.
If you look at Muhammad Rizwan’s last 11 innings in T20, he has scored 50 or more seven times, including an unbeaten century (104), which he scored against South Africa in Lahore. ۔
The Pakistani opener scored 186 runs in a series of 3 T20 matches against Zimbabwe, scored two half-centuries, and was instrumental in helping the team to victory.
In two of the four T20 matches on South African soil, he scored two unbeaten half-centuries (73 and 74) while in two he returned to the pavilion at zero.
Earlier in the home series against the South African team in Lahore, Kedwaran Mohammad Rizwan showed the essence of good batting.
He played an innings of 104 not out in the first match, scored 51 runs in the second match, and managed to score 42 runs in the third match.
Mohammad Rizwan had scored 89 runs in the last T20 match of the series against New Zealand before his brilliant performance in Lahore.
If we take a look at Muhammad Rizwan’s T20 career, he has managed to score 843 runs in 28 innings of 36 matches with the help of 1 century and 6 half-centuries.
He was dismissed three times for zero while once he returned to the pavilion without scoring a run. He hit 78 fours and 23 sixes while batting.
He has scored 373 runs out of 843 runs in T20 against South Africa, 241 against Zimbabwe, and 132 against New Zealand.