Mohammad Rizwan‘s last 10 innings in T20 have been phenomenal and he seems to be in great touch. During the current fifth T20I match between Pakistan and England in Lahore, Mohammad Rizwan, the wicket-keeper batsman, kept his team from suffering a great deal of humiliation.
Pakistan would have struggled to post a respectable total if it weren’t for Rizwan’s 63 (46) at a strike rate of 136.95, which included two fours and three sixes. In recent times, Rizwan has been incredibly reliable when it comes to scoring runs in the shortest format despite continuing to draw ire from detractors for his strike rate.
Mohammad Rizwan has scored 553 runs in the last 10 T20 innings at an average of 69.12 and a strike rate of 131.35 and including 7 half-centuries. Rizwan has scored more than twice as many runs as the next batsman on the list of most T20I runs in September 2022 after all these innings this month (only batters of Full Member nations).
Mohammad Rizwan’s performance in last 10 innings
Will Rizwan play in T20 World Cup 2022?
There should be no doubts about Rizwan’s spot in the side even with his present form, even though it would be ideal for him to lower his average by 10 points and raise the strike rate column by the same amount. There is a lot of expectation from him in the word T20.