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Is Mohammad Rizwan on his way to be the T20I skipper?

Is Mohammad Rizwan on his way to be the T20I skipper?

Is Mohammad Rizwan on his way to be the T20I skipper?

PAKvsNZ 3rd T20I: Mohammad Rizwan’s performance has been helpful for Pakistan to avoid the series defeat against New Zealand as he went on delivering his T20I career’s best performance.

Rizwan played a brilliant knock of 89 on 59 balls that led Pakistan to win by four wickets sparing two balls. His performance and energy have been notable factors at least in the year 2020. Consequently, people compare and contrast him with Sarfaraz Ahmed and earlier speculated him to be the replacement in mid-overs as a wicket-keeping batsman of Sarfaraz.

Is Mohammad Rizwan on his way to be the T20I skipper?

His voices to support and enhance the players behind the stumps get noted and people talked about his capabilities that can command Pakistan.

His today’s knock is on all over social media with the crowd applauding the series-win knock. His innings included ten fours and three big sixes that joined support from Mohammad Hafeez’s 41-run knock as a victorious comntribution.

However, it has been noted quite often that the player in Pakistan Cricket is chosen as the skipper of the team on behalf of his two or three individual performances. Rizwan, who has been a little consistent and also won the National T20 Cup 2020 for his team, can be suitable for the PCB to chose as the T20I skipper.

Also, people are a little disappointed on Babar’s selection as a skipper of all three formats and believe that his performances can go a bit down. After he has been injured last week during training sessions, Rizwan is to led the Test matches (in only Babar’s absence) against New Zealand to be started from 26th Januray. Notably, the T20I series was led by Shadab Khan.

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