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Mohammad Rizwan Tops Sixes in Pak vs NZ T20I

Rizwan has now 77 sixes to his name for Pakistan in the shortest format of the game

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan on Sunday achieved a T20I milestone during the second match against New Zealand at Seddon Park, Hamilton.

The 31-year-old cricketer became the leading six-hitter and has now 77 sixes to his name for Pakistan in the T20I. 

The wicket-keeper batsman overtook fellow Mohammad Hafeez who is second on the list with 76 sixes.

Most sixes for Pakistan in T20I cricket

  • Mohammad Rizwan — 77
  • Mohammad Hafeez — 76
  • Shahid Afridi — 73
  • Shoaib Malik — 69
  • Babar Azam — 55
  • Umar Akmal — 55

It should be noticed that Pakistan are as of now playing against New Zealand in the second T20I of the five-match series.

Rizwan began Pakistan’s pursuit of 195 runs splendidly by hitting a six to Tim Southee however he was eliminated by Adam Milne in the second over for only seven runs.

Star hitter Babar Azam by and by, very much like the main match, top scored for the Men dressed in Green by posting 66 runs off 43 sudden spikes in demand for the scorecard, with the assistance of nine limits however his work went to no end as the guests battled in the pursuit of the 195-run target.

New Zealand crept nearer to winning the series as the public side missed the mark concerning 21 races to dominate the match.

The from the outset as they lost both of their openers, Mohammad Rizwan and Saim Ayub, inside the main overs for only 10 runs.

Prior in the main innings, Finn Allen fueled New Zealand to a 194-run complete as the right-hander played a quick innings of 74 sudden spikes in demand for only 41 balls, civility of seven fours and five sixes.

Because of Allen’s splendid beginning, the home side looked all set to score a major aggregate yet things began to self-destruct when he was taken out by Usama Mir’s googly in the thirteenth over.

The home side was 137-2 out of 13 overs when Allen strolled back to the structure, however after his flight, they simply figured out how to score 57 runs in the leftover seven overs.

Pakistani bowlers got back in the saddle in the match and figured out how to limit the in-structure Kiwis to 194 runs, a complete they can pursue down.

Haris Rauf took three wickets in the nineteenth over and turned into Pakistan’s top wicket-taker of the match. The guests’ all’s bowlers, with the exception of captain Shaheen Afridi, got wickets.

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