Former Pakistani cricket team fast bowler and legend Shoaib Akhtar praised and shouted out Pakistani team wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan, who played in the semifinals while being hospitalized two days before the game at due to severe pain in the chest.
Pakistan cricket team suffered a heartbreaking defeat to Australia in the 2021 T20 World Cup Semi-Final 2, but Pakistani cricket team wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan won everyone’s hearts after everyone knew he played in the game while two days ago, he was hospitalized after complaining of severe chest conditions.
Rizwan still played the game knowing he wasn’t 100% fit, but the Pakistani hitter, who scored the most points in T20 international cricket this year, felt his team needed his serve, so he didn’t. he cared about his condition and went out to take the field. He scored 67 points from 52 balls.
Fans were only notified of the situation when the images of Mohammad Rizwan hospitalized emerged and went viral on the internet. Everyone praised the Pakistani cricketer for his dedication, including the Indians.
Shoaib Akhtar praises Mohammad Rizwan
The photo did not go unnoticed in the eyes of former Pakistani Shoaib Akhtar. He took to social media out loud about the wicketkeeper batsman’s dedication to his team.
Shoaib Akhtar tweeted: “Can you imagine this guy playing for his country today and giving his best. He’s been in the hospital for the past two days. Big respect @iMRizwanPak,
– Shoaib Akhtar (@ shoaib100mph) November 11, 2021
Pakistan vs Australia T20 World Cup 2021 Semi-final
As for the semi-final between Pakistan and Australia, it was an intense match, just like the one between New Zealand and England the day before.
Pakistan scored 176 points on the scoreboard by beating first, Mohammad Rizwan and Fakhar Zaman scored more than 50 points. In response, Australia got off to a great start scoring 52 points out of powerplay, but then the magic of Shadab Khan began as the Pakistani leg-spinner went on to fire Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith, David Warner and Glenn Maxwell. , after which Australia dropped to 5 wickets for 96 runs.
But then, Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade took control of the inning. Then in the last 2 overs, Australia needed 22 runs with Shaheen Afridi with the ball.
It all happened in the penultimate over, from the ball that went ahead but was not brought to the goalkeeper, from the review by LBW, from the lost hold of Hasan Ali, to Matthew Wade who crushed Afridi for 3 consecutive sixes to finish for the goal. Australia, who won with 5 wickets.