Mohammad Rizwan Blasted After Another Failure, Twitter Wants SA Back In Pakistan Team

Mohammad Rizwan Blasted After Another Failure, Twitter Wants SA Back In Pakistan Team

Mohammad Rizwan Blasted After Another Failure, Twitter Wants SA Back In Pakistan Team

Mohammad Rizwan’s troubled times with the bat in Tests continued as the Pakistan wicketkeeper was dismissed cheaply for 7 on Day 3 against England in Karachi on Monday. With Pakistan’s innings in trouble, they needed Rizwan to rise to the occasion and bail his team out of trouble, but what followed was another failure getting out to young England spinner Rehan Ahmed as the hosts were bowled out for 216 in their second innings.

Twitter users have pounced on to Rizwan, slamming him left, right and centre for his form with the bat. Some sections are also clamouring for the return of former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, backing him to replace Rizwan in the Test squad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile, Indian Sports journalist Vikrant Gupta also suggested Pakistan team to include former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed in Test playing XI after Mohammad Rizwan failed to score in 12 consecutive innings.

Rizwan, in his last 12 appearances with the bat in Tests, scored just 262 runs without a single fifty.

Following his poor form in the longer format, the wicket-keeper batter suffered immense criticism.

In the ongoing home Test series against England, Pakistan are on the verge of first-ever whitewash in their backyard.

After losing Rawalpindi and Multan Tests, Pakistan are almost done in the last Karachi Test.

England need just 55 runs tomorrow on the last day of the third Test. After bowling out Pakistan for 216, the tourists were set to chase 167 runs in two and a half day.

They scored 112 runs in just 17 overs for the loss of a wicket.

Share:

Leave a Comment