Rizwan becomes main player of national team

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Mohammad Rizwan is excited and eyeing to play his role in yet another series win for Pakistan national team – who is currently touring England for a three-match ODI series and as many T20I series.

While talking to media via videoconference call today, Rizwan said, “We always love playing here in England. The conditions here are very supportive for an exciting and competitive series ahead.”

Rizwan who last toured to England in 2020 and scored two half-centuries in three-match Test series is looking forward to repeat the same performance in the limited-overs series as well.

Rizwan has been a regular feature of the national team since one year and the team has won six consecutive series.

“Our morale is really after the recent successful series and we are hoping for a good contest against the hosts in the upcoming series.”

Under Rizwan’s captaincy, Multan Sultans have recently clinched their maiden HBL PSL trophy beating Peshawar Zalmi by 47 runs in the final on 24 June.

Rizwan’s own performance played an instrumental role in helping his side winning HBL PSL 6 trophy.

The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman has scored 500 at 69. 25 from 11 matches which included seven half-centuries. He was declared best wicket-keeper of the tournament for 20 scalps behind the stumps.

 

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