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Muhammad Rizwan explained his ‘simple’ philosophy

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Muhammad Rizwan explained his ‘simple’ philosophy

Playing under the circumstances makes you a better cricketer, Pakistani star (Photo: PCB)

Karachi: “If you think of averages, you will become an average player” Mohammad Rizwan explained his “simple” philosophy.

In the second T20 from Ireland, Mohammad Rizwan played an important role in the success of the team along with Fakhr Zaman, where Fakhar scored 78 runs at lightning speed, while Rizwan played an unbeaten innings of 75 runs, he took the team to the destination. He was named Man of the Match.

After Virat Kohli, Mohammad Rizwan also became the second cricketer to have a fifty-plus average in T20 Internationals for full member nations.

Also read: Brilliant batting by Rizwan and Fakhar, Pakistan beat Ireland in the second T20I

While talking to the media after the match, when asked about his 50 plus average, Rizwan said that my philosophy is very simple, if you look at the average, then you will remain an average player. , if you play under the conditions and match situation, this thing will help you to become a better player.

On a question about Kohli, Rizwan said that we learned a lot from the Indian batsman and I respect him.

Regarding the second T20, he said that the Irish team played very well against us, chasing the target was not easy because Ireland’s bowlers know their conditions very well. We had decided to cross the number, we had to play aggressive cricket for that, anyway we come under pressure after defeat and when the World Cup is near, the pressure becomes more, that’s why we fought for the victory.

For more updates and exciting news, you can visit the ABC Express website.

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