Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan Smashes 131-Run Century Despite Back Cramps

The Pakistan vs Sri Lanka match has just concluded at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad where the Men in Green chased down a massive knock of 344 runs scored by the Sri Lankans. Such a big chase rather seemed difficult on Pakistan’s part at the beginning but Mohammad Rizwan’s counter-attack stunned the whole of the cricket world. 

This is a real display of Pakistan’s seemingless efforts when it keeps fighting at every stage and comes out victorious in the end. Every time when it puts up with the efforts of all its players, it does something extraordinary, like it did now against Sri Lanka

Star performer Rizwan! 

Initially after winning the toss, Sri Lankan captain Kusal Mendis chose to bat hoping to put pressure on the opponent team but little did they know about the stellar performance that came within the Men in Green. Special mention to right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper Mohammad Rizwan who outdid the Sri Lanka bowlers by delivering an unbelievable knock. Rizwan, despite cramps and aching back pains, continued to showcase his ability and chased 131 runs off 121 balls at the strike rate of 108.26.

Twitter Frenzy

Just after this momentous knock, fans have taken to their Twitter handles to signify Rizwan’s heroic chase. Twitter is already flooded by reactions like “The man, the myth, the legend.” Another user tweeted “Ladies and Gentlemen Pakistan has announced themselves in the World Cup 2023! Bring it on!” The centuries by opener Abdullah Shafique and Mohammad Rizwan added to Pakistan’s second consecutive victory in the ongoing World Cup and the highest ever run chase in 48 years by Pakistan in World Cup history. 

India and Pakistan are all set to kick off the most anticipated match of this year’s World Cup as both of them will face each other on October 14 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Hyderabad. 

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The Pakistan vs Sri Lanka match has just concluded at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad where the Men in Green chased down a massive knock of 344 runs scored by the Sri Lankans. Such a big chase rather seemed difficult on Pakistan's part at the beginning but Mohammad Rizwan's counter-attack stunned the whole of the cricket world. 

This is a real display of Pakistan's seemingless efforts when it keeps fighting at every stage and comes out victorious in the end. Every time when it puts up with the efforts of all its players, it does something extraordinary, like it did now against Sri Lanka

Star performer Rizwan! 

Initially after winning the toss, Sri Lankan captain Kusal Mendis chose to bat hoping to put pressure on the opponent team but little did they know about the stellar performance that came within the Men in Green. Special mention to right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper Mohammad Rizwan who outdid the Sri Lanka bowlers by delivering an unbelievable knock. Rizwan, despite cramps and aching back pains, continued to showcase his ability and chased 131 runs off 121 balls at the strike rate of 108.26.

Twitter Frenzy

Just after this momentous knock, fans have taken to their Twitter handles to signify Rizwan's heroic chase. Twitter is already flooded by reactions like "The man, the myth, the legend." Another user tweeted "Ladies and Gentlemen Pakistan has announced themselves in the World Cup 2023! Bring it on!" The centuries by opener Abdullah Shafique and Mohammad Rizwan added to Pakistan's second consecutive victory in the ongoing World Cup and the highest ever run chase in 48 years by Pakistan in World Cup history. 

India and Pakistan are all set to kick off the most anticipated match of this year's World Cup as both of them will face each other on October 14 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Hyderabad. 

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram