LAHORE – Pakistani batsman Mohammad Rizwan added another feather to his cap as he has become second national player to hit ton in Twenty20 International.
His style inning is also a historic for Gaddafi Stadium Lahore, which saw first T20I centurion, in a match against South Africa on Thursday.
Rizwan smashed 7 sixes and six 4s to make 104 that help Pakistan to set a 169 target against Protease in the first of the three match series.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) February 11, 2021
Ahmad Shehzad was the first Pakistani batsman to make T20I century in 2014 against Bangladesh.
Twitter showered praises on Rizwan for a new record as he is also the second Pakistani player to make century in all three formats of cricket.
2nd Pakistani to hit a T20I hundred (after Ahmed Shehzad).
2nd Pakistani to hit a hundred in all three formats (after Ahmed Shehzad).
2nd wicket-keeper ever to hit a hundred in all three formats (after Brendon McCullum),#PAKvSA pic.twitter.com/xID3tDqB7m
— Grassroots Cricket (@grassrootscric) February 11, 2021
Mohammad Rizwan is a pure example of hardwork, he improved his game emmensly and here you go test and t20i hundreds in same week.
2nd Pakistani to score T20I Hundred
— Faizan Hayat Khan (@FaizanHayat13) February 11, 2021
— Momal (@nottturcupoftea) February 11, 2021