Full Name: Mohammad Rizwan
Born: 01 Jun 1992 Peshawar, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan
Current age: 27 years 227 day(s)
Major teams: Pakistan Under-19s, Pakistan, Pakistan Emerging Team, Pakistan A,
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Fighters, Peshawar Region, Peshawar Panthers, Swat,
Pakistan Under-23s, Peshawar, PSL Karachi Kings Team.
National side: Pakistan
Batting style: Right handed
Mohammad Rizwan is a profoundly appraised wicket-attendant batsman from Peshawar who reveres Adam Gilchrist.
He made his First Class debut for Peshawar in 2008 and intrigued the selectors after a progression of essential exhibitions with the bat and gloves. From Peshawar College group at 17 years old to Pakistan national group at 22 years old –
it was a mind blowing persevering adventure for Rizwan.
In the prior phases of his Under-19 vocation, he thought that it was difficult to adapt up to the weight of playing white-ball cricket. He, notwithstanding, figured out how to beat intense occasions with the assistance of his household mentors
and coaches. After a 87-ball 103 from Rizwan controlled Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Fighters to secure the Pentangular
One Day Cup with a six-wicket win in the last against Baluchistan Warriors, he drove his case further for guaranteeing
a spot in the national side. In addition, Peshawar Panthers became national T20 champions in 2014 and 2015 with
Rizwan assuming a critical job.
A major enthusiast of the Brazil Football crew, Rizwan is a full time wicket-guardian just as a super defender, anyplace
on the ground. A bustling batsman, Rizwan hums like a honey bee in the ears of the resistance while in full stream.
He scored a valiant 67 off 58 balls in a losing cause in his presentation game against Bangladesh in 2015. The
retirements of Younis Khan and Misbah after the 2015 WC had opened up spaces in the center request and Rizwan
had a fantasy start. He even handled a Test debut in New Zealand during Pakistan’s 2016 visit in spite of the fact
that he played only that singular game with a duck in his lady innings.
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It seemed that Rizwan would proceed to turn into a pillar of Pakistan’s constrained overs outfit considering his
assaulting stroke play and wicket-keeping abilities which would carry enormous equalization to the side’s piece. In any
case, his structure plunged and what followed was a progression of low scores. Pakistan’s an unfortunate voyage
through Australia in 2016-17 was most likely the push that the selectors expected to nip out the non-entertainers
and Rizwan wound up out of the side after which he hasn’t been picked for the national group once more.
Rizwan’s exhibitions in the most brief arrangement have been baffling no doubt with all the energy he has.
Notwithstanding, with age plainly on his side, Rizwan’s vocation isn’t finished using any and all means. The way
that Pakistan’s skipper Sarfraz Ahmed is a wicket-manager batsman may conflict with the youthful Peshawar fellow
yet his capacity as a batsman and portability as a defender ought to win him a spot as a master batsman if his bat can
do the talking in the household circuit. Rizwan’s ongoing structure has been acceptable and he will know more than
any other person that he needs to keep them coming.
Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & |
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Date||Scorecard|
|4, 2c/0s, 21*, 4c/0s||Pakistan||v Sri Lanka||Karachi||19-12-2019||Test # 2375|
|1c/0s||Pakistan||v Sri Lanka||Rawalpindi||11-12-2019||Test # 2373|
|2c/0s, 0, 45||Pakistan||v Australia||Adelaide||29-11-2019||Test # 2372|
|37, 4c/0s, 95||Pakistan||v Australia||Brisbane||21-11-2019||Test # 2368|
|22, 3c/0s||Pakistanis||v CA XI||Perth||15-11-2019||Other|
|6, 1c/0s, 0c/0s||Pakistanis||v Australia A||Perth||11-11-2019||FC|
|0, 0c/0s||Pakistan||v Australia||Perth||8-11-2019||T20I # 1009|
|14, 0c/0s||Pakistan||v Australia||Canberra||5-11-2019||T20I # 1002|
|31, 0c/0s||Pakistan||v Australia||Sydney||3-11-2019||T20I # 999|
|0c/0s, 7*||Pakistanis||v CA XI||Sydney||31-10-2019||Other T20|