Pakistan’s wicket keeper Mohammad Rizwan kept on the score with the bat in the 3rd T20I against Zimbabwe, his rich venom of shape. Rizwan’s bat feats in the series T20I have helped Pakistan defeat Zimbabwe 2-1, as Pakistan won its third T20I series consecutively.
Rizwan was named the series’ most prominent player, with 186 rounds in three matches, including the first and the third T20I for two half hundred years. He has been Rizwan’s 4th international cricket player since 2020. In this time no other player in the world got more.
In recent years Rizwan has had a tremendous impact on Pakistan both with the bat and behind the stumps. He has performed impressively at different venues and against quality.
In the series Test Series in Pakistan against England in 2020, Rizwan received his first player of the series. His great glovework behind the bumper and the bat’s grudging, unheard of attitude were praised by Rizwan. He and the English wicketkeeper Jos Buttler were named Joint Player for the series.
Rizwan is followed by the Pakistan captain, Babar Azam, who has received the award three times. The Indian captain, Virat Kohli, and Bangladesh batsman, Liton Das, have received the award twice.
In his test series against South Africa in Pakistan, his second player in the series was awarded. Rizwan was outstanding as usual behind the stumps, and his second test century helped Pakistan make a 2-0 Protea whitewash.
His third player of the series was Proteas in Pakistan’s T20I series. In the three-game series, Rizwan was spectacular with the bat when he scored his first T 20I century and the first two matches for a half-century.