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Rizwan made a big record, became the first cricketer to complete 1000 runs in a year

T20 Cricket: In the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup, Pakistan’s opener Mohammad Rizwan registered a big record as soon as he took 34th run against Australia. He has become the first cricketer in the world to score 1000 runs in a year in T20 cricket. Rizwan has scored 1033 runs this year due to his innings of 67 runs. Due to this innings, he has also become the second highest run-scorer in this World Cup after his opening partner Babar Azam.

He has scored 281 runs in 6 matches of the World Cup at an average of 70. Rizwan, who made his T20 debut in 2015, has so far scored 1346 runs in 38 innings of 49 matches. He has scored this run at an average of 51.76. This is the second best average in T20 cricket in the world. Rizwan’s bat, who could not do anything special in the first 4 years of T20 cricket, has spoken fiercely this year.

Rizwan had only 313 runs in 26 matches in the first 4 years. At the same time, 1033 runs came out of his bat in 23 matches this year. Rizwan’s opening partnership with Babar Azam has played a big role behind Pakistan’s strong performance in this World Cup.

Babar-Rizwan pair gave a good start in every match
Both the players gave a good start to their team in every match of this World Cup. Against Team India, both of them had given victory to Pakistan by staying unbeaten. Like every match, both the Pakistan openers added good runs in the semi-final match. Initially, Azam and Rizwan kept their feet on the wicket that helped the bowling. For the first wicket between the two, there was a partnership of 71 runs in 60 balls. Despite this, the Pakistan team had to face defeat in the semi-final match against Australia.

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