On Tuesday, Pakistan’s power hitter Mohammad Rizwan lavished praise on a young boy who drew a portrait of him.
“This is incredible, Farhan Ali Macholvi. Thank you so much for your love and encouragement.” Rizwan wrote in a tweet.
He called the boy “the pride of our Gilgit-Baltistan.”
Wicketkeeper-batsman believes that the country’s real assets are its youth.
“They will construct a strong Pakistan.”
Rizwan wished for the boy to continue doing what he enjoys.
Rizwan is shown waving to spectators as he walks by, a bat tucked under his arm and a helmet in hand, dressed in the team’s green jersey.
Despite losing in the T20 World Cup semi-finals to Australia, who went on to win the tournament in 2021, Pakistan’s players have received a lot of support.
An eight-year-old boy recently wrote a heartfelt letter to captain Babar Azam, praising the team’s performance in the competition.
The youngster also requested that the captain send the autographs of the entire team. Babar responded to the young fan by promising to fulfill his wish. He even went on to say that he can’t wait to get the young boy’s autograph and refers to him as the “future captain.”