Mohammad Rizwan Knee Injury rushed to hospital for MRI
Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s wicketkeeper-batsman, strained his right leg on Sundays.
Hence Asia Cup 2022 Super 4 victory over India. He will have an MRI as a precaution (September 4).
Rizwan reportedly landed awkwardly on his right thigh.
while trying to catch a delivery from Mohammad Hasnain during India’s innings.
After Pakistan won the match against India in the final over. Mohammad Rizwan was rushed to the hospital.
However, Rizwan came into the field to start the innings he score a match-winning 51 off 51 deliveries. Therefore Pakistan was able to overcome India’s 181 for seven with five wickets remaining.
Meanwhile, In order to help Pakistan avenge their loss.
India at the group league stage, Rizwan and his third wicket partner established a game-defining 73-run stand.
Hnece, Pakistan’s continued fitness issues are evident with the absence of pacers Shaheen Shah Afridi. Mohammad Wasim, and Shahnawaz Dahani from the competition.
Nawaz & Mohammad Rizwan Destructive batter
Meanwhile, Nawaz was the Player of the Match in the victory over India. And had to first appease the yelling supporters across the boundary boards.
He then focused on the ground crew and security officers. They were requesting photos with him as the presentation ceremony got underway.
He then entered the post-game news conference, which got underway late following.
Hence, Virat Kohli’s had a media meet his first since resigning as Test captain in January.
Nawaz isn’t your typical blockbuster hero, but he has a reputation as a good utility player.
Hence who can occasionally bowl four solid overs and make a short cameo in the lower middle order?
He has been quite a livewire on the field during the Asia Cup.
With 71 off 51, Mohammad Rizwan led the chase, but it was Nawaz who gave the chase the much-needed momentum.
He was moved up to No. 4 and scored 42 runs off 20 deliveries to get Pakistan back on track.
The two then accompanied them home, but not without a fuss. Asif Ali and Khushdil Shah.