Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan One of the most talked about players in recent years in the cricket world. His staggering numbers and unreal consistency have made him a key player for the Pakistan team across all three formats.
led by Babar Azam, Rizwan has done wonders and helped his team come back on many occasions. Although Rizwan made his international debut for Pakistan in 2015, he did not secure his place in the team for the 2019-2020 season. Since then, Rizwan has established himself as one of the most consistent performers and has become a household name in Pakistan.
Rizwan, who is currently representing Comilla Victorians in the ongoing tournament Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) 2023, revealed his cricketing idol. The stylish wicketkeeper-batsman was recently asked to name his idol, and he went with the former South African cricketer. AB de Villiers In his response.
“You can see the scoreboard for me and the needs of the team. You can try, my idol in cricket is AB de Villiers and I watch him very closely as he has performed brilliantly in T20s as well.” Rizwan said in a video shared on Twitter.
The Peshawar-born cricketer feels that he tries to analyze the situation and the opponent before deciding how to anchor an innings in the shortest format. Rizwan said the fans want him to hit fours and sixes, but he is focused on winning matches for the team and staying in the middle as long as possible.
“I always assess the conditions and the opponent and do things like that (anchoring the innings). Sometimes it’s embarrassing because in T20, everyone knows we like sixes and they want me to score 60-70 runs off 35-45 balls to win the match, it’s a very difficult role (anchor role in the shortest format) and sometimes it’s very Looks embarrassing. What my experience says and what I know is that whenever someone hires me, they demand me to play an anchor like Pakistan. Rizwan added.