KARACHI: Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Rizwan on Thursday set up another record for himself in Twenty20 International cricket by scoring a century in the match against South Africa, consequently turning into the principal ever Pakistani wicket-manager.
He is additionally the second wicket-attendant batsman on the planet to score a 100 taking all things together three organizations of worldwide cricket.
The 28-year old cricketer scored an unbeaten 104 off 64 conveyances in Lahore. His innings included 7 sixes, which is the most elevated by a Pakistani batsman in T20Is. The past record was with Mohammad Hafeez and Ahmed Shahzad, both of whom had crushed 6 sixes in an innings on various events.
He likewise posted a most noteworthy individual score in T20Is by a Pakistani wicket-manager batsman, outperforming Sarfaraz Ahmed who had before scored 89* against Scotland at Edinburgh in 2018.
Rizwan is likewise the primary Pakistani wicket-guardian and the lone second cricketer after Ahmed Shahzad to post a three-figure T20I score against his name.
He is additionally the lone second wicket-manager batsman on the planet after Kiwi cricketer Brendon McCullum to score hundreds of years altogether three configurations as an assigned wicket-attendant. Generally, he’s the fifth wicket-attendant batsman to score T20I century on the planet.
The Pakistani wicket-attendant batsman has now eight scores of at least 50 (counting two 100s), across every one of the three configurations in global cricket, since the beginning of January 2020.