Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan makes brilliant comeback in T20 Vitality Blast

F.P. Report

LONDON: Pakistani wicket keeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan made a brilliant come back in the T20 Vitality Blast, scoring another half-century.

On Thursday, the 30-year-old Pakistan batter had rejoined the Sussex County Club in the ongoing T20 Blast after a three-match One Day International (ODI) series against West Indies.

In a match against Essex, Rizwan scored 66 off 22, however, unfortunately, his team Sussex lost the match by 11 runs. He hit five 6’s and four 4’s with a strike rate of 206.25.

This is the third half-century he scored while playing the fourth match for the Sussex County Club and his highest score is 81.