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Mohammad Rizwan did a great feat, achieved this special achievement as an Asian wicketkeeper in SENA countries

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The last match of the three-match Test series between Australia and Pakistan is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground. In this match, Pakistan team won the toss and decided to bat first and after this the team lost four wickets till the score of 47. From here Mohammad Rizwan took charge of the innings and worked to get the team out of an embarrassing situation. Pakistan team was limited to 313 runs in its first innings on the very first day. Rizwan’s bat saw an inning of 88 runs in 103 balls. Even though he missed scoring a century in this match, he definitely managed to leave behind former Indian wicketkeeper batsman Farooq Engineer in a special record.

After Dhoni and Pant, Rizwan reached third place in this list.

Mohammad Rizwan did not get a chance to play in the first Test match on the Australia tour. After this, Rizwan was not successful in playing big innings in both the innings of the Melbourne Test match, but he was definitely seen playing with a lot of confidence. After this, he definitely played an important role in getting the team out of difficult situations in the Sydney Test and taking it to a better position. Rizwan has now reached the third place among Asian wicketkeeper batsmen in terms of playing innings of 50 or more runs in South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia (SENA) countries. The first number in this list is former Indian wicketkeeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has achieved this feat 13 times in 60 innings in SENA countries. At second place is Rishabh Pant who has managed to do this 8 times in 39 innings. Apart from this, Mohammad Rizwan has done this feat 7 times in 15 innings.

Aamer Jamal showed wonders with the bat

If we talk about the first day’s play of the Sydney Test match, apart from Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s fast bowler Aamer Jamal, who came in to bat at number 9, also did wonders with the bat, facing 97 balls. Played an inning of 82 runs. Whereas in Australia’s bowling, captain Pat Cummins was once again successful in taking 5 wickets. At the end of the first day’s play, the Australian team had scored 6 runs without any loss.

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