Muhammad Rizwan Leads Pakistan's T20I Six-Hitting Rankings

Muhammad Rizwan Leads Pakistan’s T20I Six-Hitting Rankings. Pakistan’s wicketkeeper-batsman, Mohammad Rizwan, became the team’s top six-hitter in T20 Internationals during an exciting match at Seddon Park, Hamilton, during the second Twenty20 International against New Zealand. The 31-year-old cricket player has surpassed his teammate Mohammad Hafeez, who had the previous record of 76 sixes, with an astounding aggregate of 77 sixes to his name.

Notwithstanding the accomplishment, Rizwan’s brilliant innings in the game came to an end when he was removed by Adam Milne in the second over, adding just seven runs to Pakistan’s 195-run chase. But his recent powerful performances have cemented his place as an important member of the Men in Green.

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Star batsman Babar Azam demonstrated his abilities once more, scoring the most runs for Pakistan (66 runs off 43 balls) with nine boundaries. Even with Azam’s best efforts, Pakistan was unable to reach the difficult mark by 21 runs, which moved New Zealand one wicket closer to winning the series.

Earlier in the contest, New Zealand’s Finn Allen produced a scorching innings, scoring 74 runs off 41 balls, including seven fours and five sixes. His energetic opening burst helped the home team score 194 runs in all. But the Pakistani bowlers made a strong return, restricting the Kiwis in the last few overs, spearheaded by Haris Rauf’s three-wicket haul in the 19th over.

As the match’s leading wicket-taker for Pakistan, Haris Rauf demonstrated the group’s tenacity in the face of a difficult opposition. With the exception of captain Shaheen Afridi, every bowler contributed with a wicket, laying the groundwork for an entertaining rest of the series.

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