Pakistan vs West Indies: Mohammad Rizwan Stretches Hole Over Babar Azam In Race For This Large Report | Cricket Information
Mohammad Rizwan has scored 11 half-centuries in 2021.© AFP
The 12 months 2021 has been a dream 12 months for Pakistan opener Mohammad Rizwan in T20Is. To this point, on this calendar 12 months, Rizwan has scored 1,201 T20I runs in 27 fits at a mean of 75.06 together with 11 fifties and a century that’s the maximum by means of any participant within the structure historical past. Rizwan’s opening spouse and Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has additionally carried out brilliantly this 12 months as he’s 2nd within the listing of maximum runs scored in a calendar 12 months. To this point, Babar has performed 27 fits this 12 months and scored 853 runs with 8 half-centuries to his title.
With two Pakistan having simply two extra T20I fits final in 2021, Rizwan has made positive the document of maximum fifties in a calendar 12 months will stick with him after he smashed his eleventh fifty of this 12 months on Monday towards the West Indies.
Babar Azam (8 fifties) is the second one within the listing however he can achieve a most of 10 half-centuries.
Pakistan made historical past with their win towards West Indies, breaking a document they set themselves in 2018.
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Rizwan and Babar have been in best shape all the way through the T20 International Cup the place either one of them completed within the best 3 run-getters of the match. Babar used to be the main run-scorer in T20 International Cup 2021 along with his 303 runs whilst Mohammad Rizwan (281 runs) used to be on the 3rd spot in that listing.
Australia’s David Warner used to be 2nd with 289 runs within the match, serving to his crew carry their maiden T20 International Cup name.
On Monday, Pakistan beat the West Indies by means of 63 runs in Karachi. The house crew have additionally prolonged their dominance 12 months as they was the first crew to sign up 18 wins in a calendar 12 months.
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