ICC nominates Mohammad Rizwan for ICC’s Men’s Player of the Month (September). Rizwan, the home T20I series’ top run-scorer against England, was nominated along with Cameron Green and Axar Patel. Rizwan averaged 63.20 runs in six games. His strike rate was 138.59. Green scored 52 off 21 balls to become the second-fastest Australian to a T20I fifty. Axar took eight wickets in India’s series against Australia.
ICC nominates Mohammad Rizwan for his stellar performance
Mohammad Rizwan, a star batter for Pakistan, was nominated for the ICC’s Player of the Month award for his outstanding performance in the T20 Asia Cup 2022. Right-handed batting superstar Muhammad Rizwan currently leads the men’s T20i batting charts.
He is nominated alongside Cameron Green (Australia) and Axar Patel (India) for ICC Player of the Month. Rizwan has earned a reputation for aggressive hitting. During the recent Pak-England T20i series, he broke the record for runs scored in a series with 316 runs at an average of 63.20. Not only did he make a hundred.
But he made four fifty-plus scores for a total strike rate of 138.59. While Indian player Axar Patel took eight wickets in the home series against Australia, Australian Cameron Green became the second-fastest Australian, scoring 52 off of 21 balls. Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan have been outstanding opening combinations for a while now. When opening for India in the Twenty20 International against England.
They set a new record for the highest opening partnership. In the ICC’s men’s T20i batting rankings, Rizwan is at the top. Babar has fallen from first to second place. Pakistan had been unable to maintain a reliable opening pair for a long time. The new opening pair of Babar Azam and Rizwan is dangerous.