Mohammad Rizwan, a wicketkeeper and batsman for Pakistan, said on Friday that he is not concerned about his place in the T20I rankings and instead focuses on helping his team win. Mohammad Rizwan trying to do what the team needs after Bangladesh win is news of the day. Read out the complete details down below with us.
Mohammad Rizwan tries to do what the team needs after Bangladesh win
Today, Pakistan won their tri-nation series match against Bangladesh by 21 runs at the Hagley Oval, largely thanks to Rizwan’s incredible 50-ball 78 and the aggressive bowling of the bowlers.
The wicketkeeper-batsman remained at the top of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) T20I batting rankings on Wednesday, with only 16 ratings separating him and the explosive Indian batsman Suryakumar Yadav.
The second game of the series between the Men in Green and New Zealand will be played at the same location on Saturday morning (tomorrow) (PST).
The batter stated that he could not comment on the game against New Zealand and said: “We’ll show up, assess the situation, and make a call then. Each game presents its unique challenges. Therefore it’s best to put the past in the past.”
In a press conference after the opening win, Rizwan said: “I am not thinking about being number one. I am trying to fulfil what Pakistan needs. Thinking of number one and man of the match leads you to negativity.”
“Suryakumar Yadav plays well, and I like the way he plays. It must be noted that top order and middle order are different things,” he added.
Regarding Pakistan’s T20 World Cup 2022 opener against India on October 23, Rizwan said: “India-Pakistan match is a pressure one. I try to keep things simple, and I am getting respect for that.” “As a team, we are calm about the match against India. We have played many matches in a year, but this is a World Cup match, so it is important,” he said.
The batter said he could not say anything about the match against the Kiwis and added: “We will come and decide according to the conditions. Every match can have different and difficult conditions, so you have to forget what happened before.”